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‘The Birth of a Nation’ Producers Answer Questions About The Film’s Challenges, Including Nate Parker

7 October 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

I was curious to see how “The Birth of a Nation” — which I first saw at Sundance, where it drew two standing ovations and won the jury and audience prizes — would play for a real audience; in this case, at UCLA Extension’s fall screening series Sneak Previews.

As I watched the film again, I recognized the power of this handsomely mounted movie. Writer-director Nate Parker carefully crafted the (mostly) historically accurate story to show how, in 1831, the charismatic and educated slave Nat Turner (Parker) preached the gospel around his Virginia county, to the enrichment of his childhood playmate and master Samuel Turner (Armie Hammer), in order to placate the local restless slave population, many of them living under far worse conditions.

He witnessed horror after horror, including the brutal gang rape of his beloved wife (Aja Naomi King), which eventually sent him on a mission of righteous vengeance from the Lord. »

- Anne Thompson

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‘The Birth of a Nation’ Producers Answer Questions About The Film’s Challenges, Including Nate Parker

7 October 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

I was curious to see how “The Birth of a Nation” — which I first saw at Sundance, where it drew two standing ovations and won the jury and audience prizes — would play for a real audience; in this case, at UCLA Extension’s fall screening series Sneak Previews.

As I watched the film again, I recognized the power of this handsomely mounted movie. Writer-director Nate Parker carefully crafted the (mostly) historically accurate story to show how, in 1831, the charismatic and educated slave Nat Turner (Parker) preached the gospel around his Virginia county, to the enrichment of his childhood playmate and master Samuel Turner (Armie Hammer), in order to placate the local restless slave population, many of them living under far worse conditions.

He witnessed horror after horror, including the brutal gang rape of his beloved wife (Aja Naomi King), which eventually sent him on a mission of righteous vengeance from the Lord. »

- Anne Thompson

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Revisiting Spike Lee’s Perplexing ‘She Hate Me’ on Its 12th Anniversary (Released July 28, 2004)

28 July 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

Revisiting Spike Lee's Perplexing 'She Hate Me' on Its 11th Anniversary Continue Reading → »

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