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In his first film, Horace Ové directs a striking, verité snapshot of writer, James Baldwin, at his sharp-witted best: conversing with civil rights activist, Dick Gregory, as they address a group of radical Caribbean students in 1960s London. The two discuss the Civil Rights Movement and black experience and identity in both Britain and the USA.

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  • Runtime
    43 minutes
  • Country
    Trinidad and Tobago + UK
  • Rating
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  • Director
    Horace Ové