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I May Destroy You
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Hard to follow the too-ing and fro-ing.
I get that Sheed was in a bronze tone and RaSheed was in normal tone, but sometimes it was extremely difficult to keep up and distinguish between the two.
This is a powerful indie film that covers so many issues about black America, family values, perception and roles of black men in a gentrified America...Any fans of indie film should give this a watch for powerhouse performances!
The movie depicts 2 possible life paths of a man growing up in the projects - one as an architect, one in the drug trade. Very well done.