The movie that came in 1989, which depicted racial tension, is still a classic. A movie that is appreciated today was a talk of the town for a long time when it first got released.
Salvatore Fargione, an owner of a wonderful pizzeria in Brooklyn. The situation goes out of place when buggin out sees that only Italian people are exhibited in his Hall of Fame; this makes him angry as he believes that the people who belong to the black community must be appreciated; they must be taken care of. Still, Salvatore disagrees with this fact, and this leads to chaos among them. A movie that depicts racism at its peak was the storyline of this movie.
The Cast of the Movie
Spike Lee, Danny Aeillo, Rosie Perez, Giancarlo Esposito, John, Bill Nunn, Davis, Samuel L Jackson, Ruby Dee, Richard Edson, Joei Lee, and Martin Lawrence played significantly important parts in the movie with the other actors adding shades of grey alright.
A Review of the Movie
This movie was ahead of its time in its portrayal and depiction of such a sensitive issue. It became a benchmark for future movies that depict such sensitive yet important life issues, which must be knocked upon, and people must realize what it does to other people. A person who watched another masterpiece by Spike Lee was compelled to watch this movie.
He appreciated it by saying that it was filled with humor, social commentary, human drama, and tragedy, which drew people towards it. It has highly classic cinematography, soundtrack, and brilliant performance by the actors playing parts by drawing people towards it.
The Message of the Movie
It shows how racial inequality can be a cause of conflict in the African-American community. Even after a long time of 31 years, it still proves to be one of the best depictions of the issue.
Is it Worth Watching or Not?
There are not just a few reasons behind watching this movie. To my knowledge, a movie that depicts a topic like racism forwardly that makes its viewers realize and think about this issue must definitely be watched. As I already said, this must be preferred brilliant performances by different actors and the director and producer of the movie being Spike Lee, who has never made his fans upset with his work has presented a masterpiece.
A story that came out in 1989, when talking about this, was considered a stigma, but he followed the path of racism, came forward with it, and had the passion and strength to present it in front of so many people is definitely a movie worth watching. Even the viewers who still watch it believe that it serves as the reality of a country; it shows the true picture of what the country holds, its culture, and what historical values it still preserves.