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click to enlarge JIMMY’S BLUES Peck’s film essay transforms Baldwin’s Remember This House into a work of unforgettable poetry and power.

JIMMY’S BLUES Peck’s film essay transforms Baldwin’s Remember This House into a work of unforgettable poetry and power.

Movie Review: 'I Am Not Your Negro' Brings James Baldwin's Searing Vision Into the Present 

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Trailer

I Am Not Your Negro
Rated PG-13 · 95 min. · 2017
Official Site: www.magpictures.com/iamnotyournegro
Director: Raoul Peck
Writer: James Baldwin and Raoul Peck
Producer: Raoul Peck and Rémi Grellety
Cast: Samuel L. Jackson

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