A young African American, Jake Jackson, is a happy, honest, law-abiding citizen who through many unfortunate events, experiences a full array of prejudices until he captures single-handedly the serial killer, David Fletcher, and his luck changes.

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David Fletcher
Ava Mateova ...
Candy Apple
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National Ent. boss
Charles Gaylord ...
Lamar X
James Stover ...
Chipper
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Sebastian Bear-McClard ...
Preston
Ron Bruce ...
Messenger
Theodora Dunlap ...
Maple
Emily Endeam ...
Serial Killer victim
Laleck Geene ...
Fruit Thief
John Greyland ...
Dept. Store Security #2 (as John Smith)
Oliver Hoyte ...
Pops
James Anthony Jackson ...
Sham
Capital Jay ...
Comedian on TV
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The nicest guy in the world, gets pushed to the brink of insanity. Written by Anonymous

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Keep your chin up, but watch out for an upper cut. See more »


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Not Rated
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29 March 2006 (USA)  »

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$178,900 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Excellent Film
22 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"The Minority," is an excellent perspective on what the African-American experience is like in modern day America. Cloaked in humor, this film is masterful in its depiction of true racism. "The Minority," has a layered effect. As you watch the film there is a lot to laugh about at the beginning. "The Minority," has many layers, but as the layers peel off, the raw reality of what the movie is truly about begins to sink in and the unsettling voice of consciousness sneaks up on you. "Is this really how it is?" "This is exactly how it is." Halfway through the movie, the subject matter at hand suddenly is no longer comical; as a matter of fact it becomes down right painful. Dwayne Buckle does an excellent job creating his first feature length film,and the promise of a great future awaits his arrival.

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