Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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As a caucasian woman born in Compton in 1943 and moved away with parents in 1953, I wanted to see how it had changed. It was neither minority, nor violent as I remembered as a child. I rented the movie to see if any of the scenery was familiar....not. Although not a fan of hiphop, I found myself drawn into the characters and their interaction with police and other authority figures. Must say my first encounter with police, at about the age of four in a bicycle parade in Compton, left a lasting negative impression of cops.
Duma took me back to the Okafango and brought my photos/paintings of cheetahs alive.
Sometimes funny, but the "hustle" theme was not worth wasting my time or money.