nobody puts baby in a corner!
stumbled into watching this film with low expectations and well...it definitely met them. on one end, it is a bold story on being black in america, followed by the atrocities of police brutality and the underpinnings of black martyrdom. but on the other end, it brings forth the argument of the strength of realism when portraying brutality against black people on screen. brooke obie says it much clearer than i can: this film is simply an artful wound without the…