Set It Off
Set It Off is a 1996 American heist crime action film directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Kate Lanier and Takashi Bufford. The film stars Jada Pinkett, Queen Latifah, Vivica A. Fox, and Kimberly Elise (in her film acting debut). It follows four close friends in Los Angeles, California, who plan to execute a bank robbery—each doing so for different reasons—to achieve better for themselves and their families.
Francesca "Frankie" Sutton (Fox) is a Los Angeles bank teller who is fired after a robbery, because she recognized one of the robbers from her neighborhood, although she did not personally know him, she’s also implicated as an inside person by Detective Strode. Frankie goes to work at Luther's Janitorial Services with her three best friends, Lida "Stony" Newsom (Pinkett), Cleopatra "Cleo" Sims (Latifah), and Tisean "T.T." Williams (Elise). The owner, Luther, treats them with disrespect and pays them paltry wages.
|author||Kate Lanier Takashi Bufford|
|director||F. Gary Gray|
|genre||action crime thriller|
|keywords||bank bank manager bank robber bank teller best friend blow out child protective services date drive hang hear high speed kill lapd los angeles police department missing money mistaken identity neighborhood watch new boss pass question security guard sleep social services work site|
|producer||Dale Pollock Oren Koules|
|publisher||New Line Cinema|
|theme||female buddy girls with guns heist hip hop hood lgbt-related|