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A black as tar comedy charting the dissolution of a commune for sober living in '90s suburban New Jersey.
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2014
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Mur Murs

Mur Murs

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1998
A history of the racially stereotyped portrayal of African Americans in cinema, hosted by film pioneer Melvin Van Peebles.
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Yaguiné and Fodé, schoolboys who try in vain to find work to help their poor families. Lured by the symbols of Western affluence and power that surround them, the two stow away on a flight to Europe.
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A black American soldier is demoted for fraternizing with a white girl in France.
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