I'M NOT YOUR NEGRO

I'M NOT YOUR NEGRO

Raoul Peck

In this Belgian co-production Raoul Peck starts from an unfinished novel by African American writer James Baldwin and travels through the black history of the civil rights movement in the 60's, connecting it to the current #BlackLivesMatter.

The text, written in 1979, is unfortunately still very relevant and discusses racism being rooted much deeper as a fundamental sense and conviction that in their essence and humanity other cultures and races should not be accepted. The film is a striking argument based on archival footage, film clips and current news images, all interlaced by the hypnotic voice of Samuel L. Jackson.

Documentaire / 2016 / 1:33 / Regie: Raoul Peck / / België, Frankrijk, Verenigde Staten, Zwitserland / Gesproken taal: Engels / Ondertiteling: Nederlands / Leeftijdscategorie: AL

Cinema ZED STUK
Tue 28 Mar 201717:30

Basis: €8,50

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