An ideal day would include chilled booze, Rahman's music and a little known film.
Virtue Signalling: The Movie. Can't believe Spike went from Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X and the likes, calling bullshit on liberal and leftist principles, to directing this corny superficial musical about a self-congratulatory white elitist performing for a room full of old upper class self-satisfied audience cheering through all the pseudo-moral stuff patting each other on the back. This exists and will appeal to everyone inside that self-congratulatory bubble. Which is why Spike Lee's involvement in this project feels totally out of place. Just check out the awful BLM tribute performance and try not to cringe.
Beyond powerful filmmaking. The perfect distillation of Lee's style and powers as a filmmaker. Paired with Denzel's terrific, monumental performance.
Favorite scene, that tells a lot about white/savarna savior complex and their virtue signalling:
"Mr. X, Hi, I've read some of your speeches and I honestly believe that a lot of what you say is true. And I'm a good person in spite of what my ancestors did. I just - I wanted to ask you, what can a white person like myself, who isn't prejudiced, what can I do to help you with and further your cause?"