2016 / Switzerland / France / Belgium / USA / 93 mins / Cert: 12 / Director: Raoul Peck

In a form as radical as the man that inspired it, James Baldwin’s words are juxtaposed with interviews, music, archive footage and images of present-day America to create a fascinating, overwhelmingly powerful, cinematic essay that lays bare the persistent violence and systemic inequality suffered by America’s black population.

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