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, 2h14Directed by Dee ReesOrigin USAGenres Drama
, HistoricalThemes Films about racismActors Carey Mulligan
, Garrett Hedlund
, Jason Clarke
, Jason Mitchell
, Mary J. Blige
, Jonathan BanksRating
74% Dans les années 1940, après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, la famille McAllan débarque dans la ville de Memphis , dans le Mississippi, pour travailler dans l'agriculture et découvre la dure vie d'agriculteurs. Une autre famille, les Jackson, des exploitants agricoles, tente d'accomplir leurs rêves malgré le racisme et les barrières sociales auxquelles elle est confrontée.
, 2h11Directed by Kathryn BigelowOrigin USAGenres Drama
, ActionThemes Political films
, United States Armed Forces in filmsActors Jeremy Lee Renner
, Anthony Mackie
, Brian Geraghty
, Christian Camargo
, Evangeline Lilly
, Ralph FiennesRating
75% The Hurt Locker opens with a quotation from War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, a best-selling 2002 book by Chris Hedges, a New York Times war correspondent and journalist: "The rush of battle is a potent and often lethal addiction, for war is a drug."
, 2h27Directed by F. Gary GrayOrigin USAGenres Drama
, MusicalThemes Dance films
, Medical-themed films
, Films about music and musicians
, Films about drugs
, Films about racism
, Hip hop films
, Musical films
, Gangster films
, HIV/AIDS in filmActors Aldis Hodge
, Paul Giamatti
, Neil Brown, Jr.
, O'Shea Jackson Jr.
, Corey Hawkins
, Jason MitchellRating
78% In 1986, Eric "Eazy-E" Wright enters a crack-house to sell drugs, but, it is soon raided by the police, who gain entry into the house via a battering ram. Eazy escapes through the house's rear window. Later, Eazy goes to a club with Lorenzo "MC Ren" Patterson to see friends Andre "Dr. Dre" Young, O'Shea "Ice Cube" Jackson and Antoine "DJ Yella" Carraby, who perform the song "Gangsta Gangsta", while Eazy and Ren stand in the audience. After Dre leaves the club, he is arrested after breaking up a fight involving his brother, Tyree. Eazy bails him out the next day. The next morning, Dre talks to Eazy about investing money into a start-up record label, in order to record a track that Cube has written. Cube and Dre want rappers H.B.O.(Homeboys Only) to record the track. Eazy agrees to fund the project. After a conflict arises during the recording session, H.B.O. leaves and Dre convinces Eazy to perform the track. They record and release "Boyz-n-the-Hood". Jerry Heller approaches Eazy and asks if he can be their manager. The group accepts Heller's offer. While performing "Dopeman", they garner the attention of Bryan Turner, a producer at Priority Records, with which they sign. Afterwards, N.W.A commences recording their debut album, "Straight Outta Compton", with Heller. During one of the sessions, they are harassed by some police officers. Frustrated by the situation, Cube writes "Fuck tha Police".
, 2h8Directed by Spike LeeOrigin USAGenres Drama
, CrimeThemes Films about racismActors Adam Driver
, Corey Hawkins
, Topher Grace
, Laura Harrier
, Danny Hoch
, Jasper PääkkönenRating
74% En 1978, Ron Stallworth est le premier policier afro-américain de Colorado Springs. Il s'infiltre dans la branche locale du Ku Klux Klan et parvient même à devenir président de cette organisation raciste. Pendant des mois, Stallworth s'est fait passer pour un suprémaciste blanc en participant aux échanges du KKK par téléphone ou par courrier pour ne pas être démasqué. Pour éviter d'être découvert, un officier blanc prenait sa place aux événements lorsque que sa présence était nécessaire. Infiltré, Stallworth réussit à saboter bon nombre de rassemblements et de manifestations du Ku Klux Klan.
, 2h52Directed by Jonathan DemmeOrigin USAGenres Drama
, HistoricalThemes Films about slavery
, Films about racism
, Films about religion
, Films about sexuality
, Rape in fictionActors Oprah Winfrey
, Danny Glover
, Thandie Newton
, Kimberly Elise
, Beah Richards
, Lisa Gay HamiltonRating
58% Sethe is a former slave living on the outskirts of Cincinnati shortly after the Civil War. An angry poltergeist terrorizes Sethe and her three children, causing her two sons to run away forever. Eight years later, Sethe (Oprah Winfrey) lives alone with her daughter, Denver (Kimberly Elise). Paul D. (Danny Glover), an old friend from Sweet Home, the plantation Sethe had escaped from years earlier, finds Sethe's home, where he drives off the angry spirit. Afterwards, Paul D. proposes that he should stay and Sethe responds favorably. Shortly after Paul D. moves in, a clean, mentally handicapped young woman (Thandie Newton) named Beloved stumbles into Sethe's yard and also stays with them.
, 1h53Directed by Kathryn BigelowGenres Drama
, CrimeActors Katrin Cartlidge
, Ciarán Hinds
, Elizabeth Hurley
, Josh Lucas
, Catherine McCormack
, Sean PennRating
58% A newspaper photographer, Jean Janes, travels to the Isles of Shoals off the New Hampshire coast with her husband Thomas, an award-winning poet; his brother Rich, and Rich's girlfriend Adaline. She is researching the murder of two immigrant women in 1873. In a twist of fate, Jean discovers archived papers that appear to give an account of the murders. According to the papers, a third woman, a Norwegian immigrant named Maren Hontvedt, survived the attack by Louis Wagner.
, 2h8Directed by Alan ParkerOrigin USAGenres Drama
, CrimeThemes Films about racismActors Gene Hackman
, Willem Dafoe
, R. Lee Ermey
, Michael Rooker
, Frances McDormand
, Brad DourifRating
77% In 1964, three civil rights workers who organize a voter registry for minorities in Jessup County Mississippi, go missing. The FBI sends two agents, Rupert Anderson (Hackman) and Alan Ward (Dafoe) to investigate. The pair find it difficult to conduct interviews with the local townspeople, as Sheriff Stuckey (Sartain) and his deputies exert influence over the public and are linked to a branch of the Ku Klux Klan.
, 1h46Directed by Joseph L. MankiewiczOrigin USAGenres Drama
, CrimeThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about racismActors Richard Widmark
, Linda Darnell
, Ruby Dee
, Stephen McNally
, Amanda Randolph
, Sidney PoitierRating
74% Dr. Luther Brooks (Sidney Poitier), an intern who has just passed the state board examination to qualify for his license to practice, is the first African-American doctor at the urban county hospital at which he trained. Because he lacks self-confidence, Luther requests to work as a junior resident at the hospital for another year. Johnny (Dick Paxton) and Ray Biddle (Richard Widmark), brothers who were both shot in the leg by a policeman as they attempted a robbery, are brought to the hospital's prison ward. As Luther tends to the disoriented Johnny, he is bombarded with racist slurs by Ray, who grew up in Beaver Canal, the white working class section of the city. Believing that Johnny has a brain tumor, Luther administers a spinal tap, but Johnny dies during the procedure. Wondering if Ray's antagonism may have caused him to be careless, Luther consults his mentor, chief medical resident Dr. Daniel Wharton (Stephen McNally), and Wharton concedes that a brain tumor was only one possibility. Feeling that he must prove the accuracy of his diagnosis, Luther requests an autopsy, but Wharton informs him that according to state law, they cannot proceed without the permission of the deceased's family. When Ray refuses, as he does not want his brother's body to be cut up, Wharton confers with the head of the hospital, Dr. Sam Moreland (Stanley Ridges), about requisitioning an autopsy.