- 1- I am not your negro..More brutal than you can imagine ..
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1- I am not your negro..More brutal than you can imagine ..

"I am not your negro" (2016) is based on an incomplete novel, "Remember This House," by African American civil rights activist James Baldwin. The film explores the history of racism through Baldwin's memories with Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Medgar Evers, who are among the most prominent civil rights activists for black citizens.

The film contains a lot of documentary shots, news, photos and texts, to express in a sensitive and emotional way Baldwin's idea of ​​the world, and trying to show America with the eyes of an African American, searching for the remains of hope in a world of horror, indignation and disgust.

The film wisely illustrates the gap between what the United States says and what it is actually doing. It was nominated for Best Documentary in 1989, and in the same year it won the BAFTA Award for Best Documentary.



                                          

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