That's My Face (2001)
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Artist and filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris grew up with a variety of divergent perspectives on the notion of African-American cultural identity. His grandfather, Albert Sidney Johnson, was an associate of W.E.B. DuBois, who believed that people of color could and should assimilate into the American cultural mainstream, and embraced the teachings of the Episcopalian church. Rudean Leinaeng, Harris' mother, believed that black Americans should celebrate their African cultural heritage, and dabbled
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Mr. Harris's stylistic gifts are quite evident; his reportorial instincts are a bit more muffled.
As enlightening for viewers as the journey was for Harris.
The movie might test your tolerance for the mystical, but its whispery vagueness is of a piece with the luxuriantly grainy atmospherics.
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