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Rosa Lynn sends her druggie daughter Loretta and her children Thomas and Tracy away from the big city to live with their uncle Earl in the ancestral home in rural Mississippi. Earl puts Loretta to work in his restaurant, Just Chicken, while also telling them about the generations of their family, the Sinclairs, dating back to their time in slavery before the the Civil War. Written by
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I don't know how she's going to recognize me. She thinks somebody else is her own dead mother.
Oh, yeah? Maybe somethin' come back if she more of ya.
Dad, how many times we got to talk about this? I'm not moving back to Mississippi.
But your roots are here.
You taught me that my roots are here.
[pause, looks at the checkerboard]
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"Down in the Delta" is one of the better movies I have viewed. I find it difficult to believe it has not received more notice and distribution among the general population, but most certainly among African American audiences.
This movie brought home to me, as a white person, the destructiveness and family division inherent in slavery better than anything I have ever seen or read before. It showed a terrible dark part of slavery and the awful effect it had on families. The simple, yet very powerful, story of Nathan poignantly illustrated the loss of family and loved ones that was so much a part of slavery.
This is a movie about family that transcends race or color. All people can relate to the idea of how important family is from this movie.
I was able to view this movie with my wife and children and enjoy it without having to "cringe" because of sex, violence, or language. This shows that movies can be made that entertain and educate without being filled with gratuitous titillations.
Thank you for producing a wonderful movie that I will always remember. A movie about family and for family.
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