Island in the Sun (1957)
Movie InfoThis dramatic adaptation of Alec Waugh's novel tells the story of Caribbean lives torn asunder by passion and racism. The story begins amidst a political race for control of the island between James Mason, the white, wealthy son of a prominent family and Harry Belafonte, a powerful black union leader.
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Critic Reviews for Island in the Sun
Rossen (Oscar winner for All the King's Men) may not have been the right director for such a juicy and colorful ensemble melodrama, which at the time was considered audacious and controversial due to its handling of interracial relationships.
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