Being Blacker (2018)
Critic Reviews for Being Blacker
What emerges is a sensitive portrait of a man at a difficult crossroads in his life. There's an immediate crisis involving a run-in with the law. But there are more lingering ghosts to do with migration, separation, integration and identity.
Molly Dineen's documentary puts race identity in Brixton under the microscope.
The documentary was tawdry and sad...It all felt very bleak.
This wasn't a perfect documentary, but it managed to raise issues without lecturing.
Dineen's receptive but gently interrogative style was the key to a portrait that told many quiet truths about life in contemporary Britain for the black community.
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