The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

Examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in American society from 1967 to 1975. It features footage of the movement shot by Swedish journalists in America during that period and includes the appearances of Bobby Seale, Huey P. Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, and other activists, artists, and leaders central to the movement.

Footage shot by a group of Swedish journalists documenting the Black Power Movement in the United States is edited together by a contemporary Swedish filmmaker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 torrent reviews

CHIYANG T (it) wrote: (2012/09/21/RMVB) Too modern,too much CG

Dave J (jp) wrote: A subtle, unsettling and ultimately uplifting tale about adolescence, sex and religion. 13-year-old Anna (Clara Augarde) comes home for the holidays from her Catholic boarding school to find that her father has left the family home. Her mother Jeanne (Lio) is devastated, her only comfort coming from clinging (sometimes literally) to handsome young priest Pere Francois (Stefano Cassetti). Anna escapes from her mother's misery and anger first by enjoying the company of her grandfather, fabulously played by Francois Bernard, who refuses to allow terminal illness to take away his wicked wit or stop him from enjoying a smoke and his old jazz records. Anna is meant to be coming up to her confirmation, but her mother's joyless zealotry begins to push her away from her inherited faith She's then led into thrilling temptations by her developing passion for local lad Pierre (Youen Leboulanger-Gourvil).'Love Like Poison' is very much a story about conflict between Catholicism and sexuality, a theme made explicit by the forbidding Bible passage about conflict between faith and desire read by the senior priest officiating at Anna's eventful confirmation service. The film is a powerful indictment of the cruelty inherent in making people feel guilty about their natural sexual feelings. However, it isn't a simplistic attack on all things Catholic: the target is clearly the dogma and not the followers. Pere Francois is a hugely sympathetic figure, a sensitive, wise young man with a genuine desire to help others. But he's lonely, and he's driven to desperation by the conflict between the rules of his religion and the painfully obvious mutual attraction between himself and Jeanne. The most uncomfortable scenes come from a desire that's taboo by any standards: the erotic attraction to Anna that her grandfather simply can't conceal. But he's far too frail and too fond of his granddaughter to do anything drastic about it, and (while initially repulsed) Anna eventually comes to see his frankness and hedonism as preferable to the repression she sees elsewhere. This ultimately leads her to deliver what most be one of the greatest funeral orations ever seen on film.A fine, powerfully humane first-love story that moves gracefully through difficult subject matter.

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Melanie D (jp) wrote: If you like low-budget cheese with over-acting and poor special effects with has-beens n' never-weres, which I definitely do, this is great 2am entertainment. It ain't "Gone With The Wind" but I wouldn't want it to be anyway.

Dan T (mx) wrote: I knew who the villain was from the opening credits??that's how predictable this movie is.

Phil P (ca) wrote: I really like Rodney Dangerfeild. His part in Natural Born Killers made me really like him. After I seen that I was sure he was cool, So I started watching his stuff. Even bought a few Cd's

Ian M (gb) wrote: Another I've not heard of, but feel I need to watch after looking at a review.

A Rose is Blooming (ru) wrote: I love it because I'm a Dark Shadows fan!

Ken S (ag) wrote: Vittorio De Sica directed a comedy starring Peter Sellers, who knew? and there's a's not very good.

Orlok W (ag) wrote: vigorous ride of revenge, friendship and violence in the south of Florida, a fast and powerful movie--Burt steps behind the camera for the first time!!

Terry J (de) wrote: horrible narration,effects

Estelle W (us) wrote: aparently good but not

Chris B (br) wrote: Lightweight and fun, perfect Sunday night film for the family.

Bruce R (jp) wrote: Linda Fiorentino sets the standard for femme fatales in one of the best neo-Noir films I've seen.