CRITICAL – An extension of the award-winning film in Deauville, the series sketches a district subject to racial tensions and dares to play fantastic musical numbers.
Few of the series improve on the films from which they are inspired. Blindspotting succeeds in this challenge. In 2018, this chronicle, steeped in rap, of the social and racial upheavals at work in the San Francisco region was screened at Sundance and then at the American Film Festival.
de Deauville, who awarded him the Critics’ Prize and greeted a cousin with Spike Lee.
Childhood friends, little White Miles and his African-American pal Collin on parole were trying to escape trouble and the police in Oakland, California. Actors and screenwriters Daveed Diggs (Collin) and Rafael Casal (Miles) developed nine years during this semi-autobiographical phase of life. When Starzplay offered them to revisit this universe. To take advantage of the popularity of Diggs, one of the stars of the musical Hamilton. The friends preferred to exploit another point of view, feminine, via Miles’ companion, Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones) and to play the card of
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