These "Good Day Philadelphia" guests are in town for the Philadelphia Film Festival.
They are part of a new movie called "1982" that was filmed right here in Philly this summer.
The film was inspired by the director's real experience growing up in West Oak Lane with a mother addicted to crack-cocaine.
On Friday morning, we had a sneak peek at "1982," as well as an interview with actor Hill Harper, who plays the father in the movie, and director/writer/producer Tommy Oliver.
The film, inspired by Oliver's real-life experiences, is about a father whose wife suffers from a crack cocaine addiction.
Harper plays the father, who is trying to protect his daughter
In addition to his acting, Harper has four New York Times best-selling books. "Letters to an Incarcerated Brother," his new book will be available on Nov. 5.
For more information on the Philadelphia Film Festival and how you can get tickets, click here.
Mike and Jenn try out some of KimbertonWhole Foods and Victory Brewpub's beer inspired ice cream.