Vanessa Redgrave replaced Scofield, who died in 2008, for the 2010 Robinson in Ruins. A sobering example of how voiceover can complicate what we see.
What it means to be black in America doesn’t match into tidy fables. And for a loving, impudent digestif, comply with it up with the Documentary Now! spoof, that includes Renée Elise Goldsberry, Richard Kind, Alex Bright, Paula Pell, Taran Killam, John Mulaney, and others recording a forged album for a suspiciously acquainted-sounding musical called Co-op. An intense, black and white, french movie which follows three younger men in a day-lengthy first rate into chaos and violence, with the burden of a single gun hanging heavy on the plot. Covering topics similar to racism, and police brutality, the 1995 movie is as relevant now because it ever was.
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