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In the 1920s photographer James Van Der Zee took a picture of Juan de Jesus, a black man. Grandson Sherman travels to New York to find out the story behind the photo.
This Oscar nominated film is a satire of the elitist art world, as well as an indictment of the apathy with which Western countries treat refugees.
Fascinating documentary about how the FBI secretly opposed Martin Luther King, one of the foremost advocates of the African-American Civil Rights Movement.