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Very simple movie, with big actors
What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in there as well
Neobrown24/08/2019 15:41

Very simple movie, with big actors

19DembaBa1924/08/2019 17:14

What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in …What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in there as well


19DembaBa1924/08/2019 17:14

What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in …What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in there as well


No no. Mainly white cast
19DembaBa1924/08/2019 17:14

What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in …What is the movie about. Is it just black characters or other people in there as well



A loosely based (VERY loosely) story about a black detective who wanted to get some KKK nutters arrested as they had avoided arrest because having a dopy dress code for their collection of silly sods and being bigots wasn't enough for arrest so in 1972 he supposedly cooked up a plan with a white partner to infiltrate the KKK.
Fact of the matter theres little or no proof it actually happened, no partner chipping in "Yeah that was me" no interview with face and name blurred etc etc - the odd photo of the grand wizard and his pals seems to be the only proof it actually happened. Which weren't exactly rare at the time either.
The murderous jackals that the KKK had been 10 years prior had been pretty much extinguished by then. Only the occasional get together with dwindling numbers. They withered on the vine 30 years ago, and good riddance. And this is the usual Spike Lee film. You can virtually write the script for every one without seeing it. Thing is, he IS a good director. Just obsessive.
At the Oscars he threw a tantrum because this didn't get the oscar for best film. Yeah, THAT bad
Neobrown24/08/2019 17:41

No no. Mainly white cast


Not for me then, coz I like crime comedy and we know what that involves
PhilK24/08/2019 17:47

A loosely based (VERY loosely) story about a black detective who wanted to …A loosely based (VERY loosely) story about a black detective who wanted to get some KKK nutters arrested as they had avoided arrest because having a dopy dress code for their collection of silly sods and being bigots wasn't enough for arrest so in 1972 he supposedly cooked up a plan with a white partner to infiltrate the KKK.Fact of the matter theres little or no proof it actually happened, no partner chipping in "Yeah that was me" no interview with face and name blurred etc etc - the odd photo of the grand wizard and his pals seems to be the only proof it actually happened. Which weren't exactly rare at the time either.The murderous jackals that the KKK had been 10 years prior had been pretty much extinguished by then. Only the occasional get together with dwindling numbers. They withered on the vine 30 years ago, and good riddance. And this is the usual Spike Lee film. You can virtually write the script for every one without seeing it. Thing is, he IS a good director. Just obsessive.At the Oscars he threw a tantrum because this didn't get the oscar for best film. Yeah, THAT bad


They did interview the real Black cop on an American news channel. And he still has his KKK membership card.

Id like to know if the ending was true, as that was some poetic justice
I was expecting a lot more from this film, bit of a damp squib. paid £3 at cex for it and that was as much as it is worth
Edited by: "thomasleep" 24th Aug
Neobrown24/08/2019 18:39

They did interview the real Black cop on an American news channel. And he …They did interview the real Black cop on an American news channel. And he still has his KKK membership card. Id like to know if the ending was true, as that was some poetic justice


Custom made credit card sized false IDs were common even earlier than THEN never mind now.
It may well be genuine, I don't know. Nor did Spike Lee. But all films are entertainment anyway. James Bond had these IDs, and they did exist in the 60s, but everythings possible.
Edited by: "PhilK" 25th Aug
PhilK25/08/2019 20:24

Custom made credit card false IDs were common even earlier than THEN never …Custom made credit card false IDs were common even earlier than THEN never mind now.It may well be genuine, I don't know. Nor did Spike Lee


Ahh ok. I guess it could have just been extra publicity for the film.
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