"A spine to my films that's become more evident to me is that many are about the choices people make, and the reverberations of those choices. You go this way, or that way, and either way, there's going to be consequences." —Spike Lee
One of the greatest films of all time, about one of the most misunderstood figures in history. The Academy Awards did Spike Lee and Denzel Washington a disservice by not awarding this masterpiece Best Film and Best Actor to Denzel Washington. A great American travesty.
While it may be inappropriate at parts, do they right thing is a brilliant film. The writing looks at racism with a realistic perspective. That we are all racist towards everyone. This film is full poignant insights delivered through numerous minuscule vignettes. The first films with a political agenda that I didn't felt preached at. I felt amused and u felt touched
Directed by Spike Lee. With Alfre Woodard, Delroy Lindo, David Patrick Kelly, Zelda Harris. From Spike Lee comes this vibrant semi-autobiographical portrait of a school-teacher, her stubborn jazz-musician husband and their five kids living in Brooklyn.