The lives of four black students at an Ivy League college.The lives of four black students at an Ivy League college.The lives of four black students at an Ivy League college.
Brandon P Bell
- Troy Fairbanks
- (as Brandon Bell)
- (as Katie Gaulke)
Bryan Daniel Porter
- (as Bryan Porter)
Well made satire but riddled with hateful undertones
Menippian and Juvenalian satire are at the forefront here. There's no comedy, there's just a message. Unfortunately, today, people have allowed this satirical work to become reality. Set at a prestigious Ivy League school outside of Chicago proper, "Dear White People" takes so much time on the inherent differences between black and white people, that it takes no real time or consideration to realize that it's the American culture that binds everyone together. It's not a bad film, and my opinion of it has grown for the better over time because it must be taken as a satire instead of a message. Obviously the filmmakers have it in mind that one particular group is the enemy, when the reality is that the far left politics are used to brainwash extremely smart and talented minds.
- Feb 26, 2017
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