Duly noted there has been no permission given form Ms. Simone's estate to go through with this film which is why it is understandable that this filmily focuses on one story and that is Nina relationship with a man she payed to take care of her portrayed David Oyelowo, much later in her career. Her husband does not seem to be portrayed, nor her daughter. It is almost comical that Zoe Saldana went through with this being aware of the controversy surrounding it and having to be literally painted a darker color. It is nearly comical that nobody involved saw a problem with this. No problem at all with, instead of casting a dark skinned actress to portray a dark skinned woman, casting a light skinned actress and coloring her in. As if there are no dark skinned actresses. This film is definitely to be missed. Just don't watch it. Save your time and money.
For Nina's story told right I suggest you watch academy award nominated "What Happened, Miss Simone?". Which I reviewed HERE.