Spike Lee (U.S., 1995). Sam Pollard in person. Mekhi Phifer delivered a career-launching debut in Spike Lee’s vigorous adaptation of an iconic Richard Price novel, set amid the hardscrabble world of the Brooklyn projects. Sam Pollard’s expressionist, hard-cutting editing plays a key role in making this the “hood movie to end all hood movies.” (129 mins)
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