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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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It's easy to see why this brave film about interracial romance was cheered when it debuted at the Cannes Film Festival. One Potato, Two Potato dares to show a man and a woman whose love for each other is blind to race, yet it never shies away from depicting the bigoted and/or defensive reactions of those around them.
Searing indictment of racism, still powerful and timely.
Caught this film on Turner Classic Movies. Very powerful. I cried at the end.
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Still Relevant today.In 1964 a Black Man & a White woman fall in Love.They almost lose Custody of her White Daughter because of the Interracial Marriage.Wonderful Story, groundbreaking at the time.Beautifully portrayed by Barbara Barrie & Bernie Hamilton
A sloppy film with it's heart in the right place.
Groundbreaking at the time; not so much now. There are still several effective scenes, but many of them are hampered by what feels like melodramatic acting and high proclamations where they don't belong. Stick through for the last 7 minutes, though--they're gut-wrenching.