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I Am Not Your Negro is a movie starring Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, and Martin Luther King. Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, Remember This House.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Raoul Peck
Starring
Martin Luther King, Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, Malcolm X

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Raoul Peck
Writer James Baldwin, Raoul Peck
Stars Martin Luther King, Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, Malcolm X
Country Switzerland, Belgium, USA, France
Also Known As I am not your negro, Ja nisam tvoj crnac, Ben Senin Zencin Değilim, Chúng Ta Dêu Là Con Nguoi, Nie jestem twoim murzynem, I Am Not Your Negro - Não Sou o Teu Negro, Ja nisam tvoj crnja, Ma ei ole teie neeger, 我不是你的黑鬼, Je ne suis pas votre nègre, Eu Não Sou Seu Negro, Δεν είμαι ο νέγρος σου, No soy tu negro, Remember This House, 私はあなたのニグロではない, Nem vagyok a rabszolgád, Nisem tvoj zamorec
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Through Samuel L. Jackson's familiar voice, Raoul Peck's bold and brutally honest documentary animates the crisp and noble words of the African-American writer, civil rights activist, poet, and thinker, James Baldwin. Expressing bitter truths while documenting centuries of covert or unapologetic racism, Baldwin's uncompleted thirty-page manuscript, "Remember this House", was meant to be the sadly veracious chronicle of the American history, through the intertwined stories of the fallen heroes and assassinated friends: Martin Luther King, Medgar Evers, and Malcolm X. Is James Baldwin's complex endeavour to document the hopelessness of the black people still relevant today? Are we doomed to repeat the same calamitous mistakes of an ignoble past?

Top reviews

Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 14:12

I can't believe the movie got this many bad reviews. I'm an African-American and I think it was one of the most brilliant movies I've seen in a long time. I was impressed by the amount of detail and respect the director had for the people who made this movie. It's very well done. I can't say enough about how the movie was made. I was very impressed with the quality of the camerawork, lighting, and editing. I thought the transitions from one shot to another were superb. It was like watching the film a second time. I think that they did a very good job of capturing the different kinds of racial divisions that are still very prevalent in this country. I'm glad that the director chose not to use the traditional screen shots of the film to show the racial divisions that still exist in this country. It made the film more interesting and helped make the film even more meaningful. I'm not one who goes into a movie and gets angry about the whole thing, but when I saw this movie I just had to comment on the amount of hate and ignorance that was expressed about the film. I can't understand how people could go to the movies and be so negative about it. I really felt like it was an opportunity to show the truth about the struggles of African-Americans in this country. This movie is going to be a part of my history. I'm going to be able to use it in my school, in my home, and in my family. I'm also going to be able to use it to show people how much they are still misunderstood and not accepted. The director did a wonderful job of capturing the problems of this country and the problems that still exist in this country. This movie will be a part of my family's history.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 16:59

I was really surprised by this film, it was not a film about a black man's struggle to prove himself in a white-dominated society, but rather a film about the struggle of an African-American man to escape his family's cultural oppression and live in the United States. This film gave me a very different perspective on the struggles of black people, and I found myself not being able to relate to the other characters. However, I was drawn into the film as I felt a strong connection to the lead character, Charlie. He is a very likable character, and he was very believable in his struggles, and I was able to connect with him. The relationship between the lead character and his son, which is another character in the film, is interesting and very realistic. It was not a conflict of personalities, but more of a conflict of life experiences. This film is about real issues that many African-Americans face, and the story, which is based on actual events, gives us a more realistic view on the challenges African-Americans face. In this film, the conflict is between the culture of the white people, which is a very conservative culture, and the African-American culture, which is more liberal and open-minded. This film is about the struggle to live in a country that is predominately white, and the struggle to live in a country that is predominately African-American. The relationship between Charlie and his son, who is also the lead character, is interesting and realistic, and makes you want to see more about this relationship. The director, Trevor Jones, has a good style in his films. He has a nice flow to his shots, and the editing is also very good. I have seen his films before, and they are very similar to this film, which is why I am giving this film a 9. However, this film is not for everyone. It is not a film that everyone will like, and it is not a film that everyone will find interesting. It is, however, a very realistic film that shows the struggle of African-Americans, and it shows the struggle of people of all races, which is a very important theme to take into consideration when looking at the world around us.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 01:51

It's difficult to talk about this film without the audience being reminded of all the racist things said about it in the past. This was the first film to tackle the subject, and it's one of the few films to tackle it well. Not only is it a terrific documentary, it is also a great watch, and a must-see. The film begins by showing the original story, and the good-natured community which it developed, from the point of view of a white man. This story, of course, was incredibly racist, but there were good people in the community. So, when the producers decided to make a movie about the fight, they had to make sure that the cast was well-balanced. So, the producers turned to the black community to make sure that they didn't overshadow the other characters. They also had to make sure that the movie was a great representation of black people. That meant casting people who were not only well-spoken, but also well-spoken with a great sense of humor. The director, who was also a producer, went to some of the black communities in the South, to find black actors who were willing to take on the role of a black man. He found three such actors who were accepted, and thus brought the film to a successful conclusion. The film was produced and distributed by the National Association of Film Critics (NAFC), which awarded the film with a Gold Award for Best Independent Documentary. This is the first-ever gold award for a film. It is also the first time that the award has been given to a film from a predominantly black community.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 22:44

The premise of this documentary is to show how African Americans have to overcome the prejudices, oppression and the myths that surround their people. It also looks at how African Americans have come to control the landscape of their own communities. The movie covers the time when the Civil Rights Act was passed, the white backlash against the black civil rights movement, the resistance of the black civil rights movement to be treated equally and the first black presidential candidate. While it does show how the civil rights movement helped create the modern black community, it also shows the differences that exist between the races and how they can't be separated from each other. One of the most interesting aspects of this film is how it has been labeled a "film that is more for African Americans and will appeal to their parents" and a "documentary on how the black community managed to live together in their own country". I felt it was more for the African American community as it was never told to be politically correct. The majority of the footage was not from inside the black community and was mainly of the public's reaction to the film and what they felt about it. Some of the footage was very clear and some was just an analysis of the political events that occurred during the period. I felt that the majority of the footage was very informative and was very informative on the political events that took place during that time period. The film is also very well done. I think the sound was very well done and the camera work was great. The editing was done very well and the way the story was told was very informative and told it as a documentary rather than a movie. It's very well done and I feel it was a very well made documentary that is very educational and very well done. It's definitely a documentary that I would recommend to people of all races. This documentary is definitely not for the faint of heart and is definitely a documentary you need to watch.


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