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Malcolm X

Washington/Hall/Bassett/Lindo

Malcolm X Washington Hall Bassett Lindo Clr Ws Pg13 2 DVD Speci
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Adapted from the novel, "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" written by Alex Haley, this is an amazing biopic of one of the most influential African American leaders to date. It follows the life and times of Malcolm Little through his transformation to Malcolm X and his departure from the Nation of Islam. Spike Lee's epic film captures the internal struggles, the spiritual, political and structural changes that Malcolm Submitted himself to throughout his life to achieve his changing goals. Director: Spike Lee; Actors: Albert Hall, Angela Bassett, Delroy Lindo, Denzel Washington, Al Freeman, Jr. Additional Scenes, Includes intro w/ Spike Lee, Audio Commentary Spike Lee, more.

Actors:

Delroy Lindo,Denzel Washington,Angela Bassett,Al Freeman, Jr.,Spike Lee,Theresa Randle

Description:

Outstanding chronicle of one of America's most controversial black leaders, assassinated in 1965. Washington's portrayal is incredible!

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