This film was last shown on 26 December 2017
Based on James Baldwin’s would-be revolutionary, unfinished
manuscript ‘Remember This House’ – a personal account detailing the lives and
assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King. I am Not Your Negro reimagines those 30
pages on screen, with potent narration from Samuel L Jackson offering a window
to the history of American race relations and a stark reminder of how much
progress is yet to be made.
A powerful and intelligent film that uses James Baldwin’s
perceptive commentary of American history to present insightful new ideas about
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