• ‘BlacKkKlansman' and the Myth of White Male Plight

    7 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Warning: Spoiler's ahead.
    In an America where news is fake and our President is a former reality star, politically and socially charged films like Spike Lee's Chiraq and Jordan Peele's Get Out have found a receptive audience. Now, Blumhouse Productions has brought together both talents as director and executive producer, respectively, to create BlacKkKlansman .
    Set in the 1970's, the film relies on cynical humor to poke fun at the racial and political parallels between America then and now. Skilfully, Lee tells the laughably true story of a black man infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan. Laying...
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