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BlacKkKlansman is a american film of genre Drama directed by Spike Lee released in USA on 10 august 2018 with Adam Driver

BlacKkKlansman (2018)

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Released in USA 10 august 2018
Length 2h8
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Drama,    Thriller,    Comedy,    Historical,    Crime
Rating75% 3.7509053.7509053.7509053.7509053.750905

BlacKkKlansman est un thriller américain coécrit et réalisé par Spike Lee, dont la sortie est prévue pour 2018. Il s'inspire d'une histoire vraie au sein du Ku Klux Klan. Il sera présenté en compétition officielle au festival de Cannes 2018.

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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.

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