Do the Right Thing (BFI Modern Classics)

By Ed Guerrero

This textual content discusses how the movie, "Do the perfect factor" epitomises Spike Lee's strong effect at the illustration of race and distinction in the United States, the development of black film-making and the increase of multicultural voices within the media, and the way it confonts institutional discrimination head on.

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