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‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Grips Critics – and Social

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James Baldwin died in 1987, but his words feel as relevant as ever in “I Am Not Your Negro,” which was given a wide release in theaters last Friday. Directed by Raoul Peck, the documentary “is entirely drawn from Baldwin’s work,” said The New York Times, and “much of it comes from notes and letters written in the mid-1970s, when Baldwin was somewhat reluctantly sketching out a book, never to be completed.” Interspersed with clips of Baldwin is the narration of Samuel L. Jackson, who further draws out the author’s perspective on the civil rights leaders of his time, including Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. The film is not “easy” to watch, the Times added, but it is “the opposite of bitter or despairing.” It has drawn rave reviews thus far—Rotten Tomatoes assigned it a 97 percent fresh score, and Social has weighed in with an 84 percent positive rating. The Vibe includes “stellar,” “brilliant” and “powerful,” but more praise could be on the way: “I Am Not Your Negro” is nominated for best documentary feature at the Academy Awards later this month. 



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