فيلم I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro is a movie starring Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, and Martin Luther King. Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, Remember This House.

Other Titles
Ja nisam tvoj crnac, I Am Not Your Negro - Não Sou o Teu Negro, Ben Senin Zencin Değilim, Ja nisam tvoj crnja, Ma ei ole teie neeger, Eu Não Sou Seu Negro, I am not your negro, Chúng Ta Dêu Là Con Nguoi, No soy tu negro, Nem vagyok a rabszolgád, Δεν είμαι ο νέγρος σου, 私はあなたのニグロではない, Remember This House, 我不是你的黑鬼, Nie jestem twoim murzynem, Je ne suis pas votre nègre, Nisem tvoj zamorec
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Raoul Peck
Writer
Raoul Peck, James Baldwin
Actors
James Baldwin, Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X
Country
France, Belgium, Switzerland, USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, Remember This House.

Comments about documentary «I Am Not Your Negro» (15)

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Jose R.

I was intrigued by the original movie and found the DVD version to be a worthwhile purchase. It's a different take on the subject matter than the original movie, and I feel that it provides an interesting perspective. I agree with the original movie that a whole lot of people would probably like this movie. I'm not surprised that it was nominated for a few awards, I thought the acting was pretty good, and I also thought the story was very interesting. The only negative was the fact that it did not include the entire speech from the movie, and I think that was a problem. I think that the movie was made for a specific audience, and I would recommend it to those who would like to know more about this issue. I'm also interested to see what the opinions are from the general public.

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Janet J.

I had a hard time watching this documentary, but it did capture me in the first 10 minutes, and it kept me interested the whole way through. It's an interesting look at the history of African American struggle in America. If you're a black American, it's a good reminder to look up the history of your own race. There are a few moments where I felt like the director was going to try to make it too academic, but I really dug it and was really interested in learning more. I'm definitely going to see this again when it comes out on DVD.

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Michelle Torres

I watched this film yesterday and it is a must watch. I was not expecting the best and was a bit let down. The film starts with the story of James Earl Jones. The film starts off with the story of his life and how he became a black man. This film is well worth watching and has a great message. I would recommend this film to anyone. It is not only a great story of a man's life but also a great story of how to make a difference in the world. This film is well worth watching and I hope this film is shown in schools.

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Barbara Hernandez

This documentary is a film about the "social movements" of the 1960s. It focuses on the Civil Rights Movement and focuses on the movement for black rights. The film is really great and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Civil Rights Movement. The movement started in Selma, Alabama, and the movie focuses on the Selma marches and the struggle for civil rights. It also includes a number of interviews with some of the leaders of the movement. It's a great documentary, but if you don't know much about the Civil Rights Movement you will probably have a hard time understanding the documentary.

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Hannah

I saw this documentary at a film festival and I was blown away. This is the kind of film that I would love to see at a film festival. The director and actors were amazing. The story is compelling and the film really feels like a documentary. I would definitely recommend seeing this documentary. It was well made and really captures the feel of the times. This film really brings the age of the civil rights movement into the present day. This film really shows how the civil rights movement is alive and well. This film is really worth seeing and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Peter A.

This is a wonderful movie. I love that this movie shows a good side of America. We are a country that has never been perfect. We are a country that always has a problem with racism. But I also love this movie because it shows that not everyone has to be a racist to be a good person. This movie also shows that not all people are bad and this movie is about that. I think that this movie is great and I will see it again.

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Jeremy Russell

A documentary about the Black Power movement in the United States in the early 1960's, this film provides a very accurate and thorough history of the movement, with interviews with many important people who were involved in it, including Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael, Stokely Carmichael Jr., Huey Newton, and John Lewis. This documentary also includes many of the key figures in the Black Power movement, including the leaders of the Black Panthers Party, Huey Newton, and Stokely Carmichael, among others. Although it is very well done, I think it is very misleading and misleading to present the Black Power movement as some sort of fringe, radical movement. This film shows the actual way that the Black Power movement was represented in the media. The film is very interesting and very informative, but it is not really about the Black Power movement, but about the way in which the media portrayed it. I recommend this film for anyone who is interested in the Black Power movement. I would also recommend this film for anyone who is interested in the Black Panther Party. This film is very informative, but it is misleading. However, if you are interested in the Black Panther Party, you should see this film.

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Gary H.

This documentary is one of the most amazing documentaries I have ever seen. It is extremely powerful and I can say that I am not even close to being a fan of the music. This film was great and very insightful on so many levels. It was very uplifting and motivating. I think this documentary should be a part of every person's collection. I can't say enough about this movie and I am definitely looking forward to seeing it again. I am in love with the music and I feel like I have a better understanding of why I like this music. This documentary has to be seen. It will make you appreciate the music a lot more. I think this documentary is one of the most powerful documentaries ever made. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Pamela L.

I just finished watching this documentary. I'm amazed at the quality of the production. I watched the original version and found it hard to believe that this film was made. It was so fast-paced and it made me want to put my hand in the air. I can't wait to watch the second part. It's going to be amazing. I was shocked to learn that there are so many different versions of the film. I was thinking that this would be a "make-or-break" for the film. But it really is. I feel like the people who made this film knew what they were doing and were honest with the audience. The truth is out there. I just wish that more people knew about it.

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Eugene Ellis

This documentary, which I found at a "hidden" film festival in London, was made in 2010 and, although it has not yet appeared on television, it is already available in the video section of my local library. I was intrigued to see how the films of four African-Americans were being shown in a British museum and I was delighted to see the four films included in this documentary. Each film was chosen for its context and the stories told were all about the racism in Britain in the late 1960s. The film is beautifully shot and I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries about racism in the U.S. or the U.K. It is an important documentary for the "hidden" film festival, which is a small independent film festival run by the British Film Institute. The festival has a reputation for its low-key approach to showcasing the work of independent filmmakers. The festival includes several short films and, although some were shown on television, the film itself is only available in a video format, although it is also available on DVD.

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Michelle D.

I am a very big fan of Martin Luther King, Jr., and his message is very relevant today. When I was younger, I was never able to understand the reason why he was murdered, and I am only able to understand this now after viewing this documentary. The racism he faced is very real and very painful, and the real hate of those who did this to him. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know what happened to Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965. This film is very informative, and I would like to add it to my DVD collection.

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Crystal

This documentary is about the change of attitude towards the civil rights movement in the United States. It shows how many African Americans, especially blacks, didn't support the movement until the late 1960s. It is the story of how the civil rights movement in the US changed and grew in its attitude towards the black community. The film is well-directed and well-edited, with a solid and very detailed script. The interviews are of some of the best that I have ever heard. In addition to this, the film contains some very interesting facts, such as the integration of the military, which was a big step in the civil rights movement. I recommend this film to everyone who is interested in the civil rights movement. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Cidade do Negro" ("City of the Negroes")

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Kathleen K.

This is a fascinating documentary on the relationship between the Black Panthers and the FBI, and how the FBI used the Panthers to carry out their agenda of racial profiling and surveillance of Black Panther activists. It is well-made and very informative, especially when it comes to the FBI's role in the Panthers' activities. It is hard to watch, but well worth the time. It also features interviews with the FBI agents who helped them in their investigation of the Panthers. It also has a short story about the FBI's role in the Vietnam War, which is well-made and relevant. The only thing that really disappointed me about this documentary was the ending, which was completely inconsistent with the rest of the film. I think the agents' explanation of why they needed to break up the Panthers was a bit too long. Overall, it is a great documentary that will make you think.

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William

I've just watched this film at a local film festival, and I was extremely impressed. This is an amazing film that shows a lot of things that we as a society would like to hide. It is also a story that deals with the issues of racism in a very positive way. It was an incredibly moving film, and it was interesting to see how people in the film dealt with the issues that were being dealt with. I think that this film will be a huge hit when it comes out on DVD and Blu-ray. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is interested in this kind of film. I was very impressed with this film and I highly recommend that everyone see this film. It is an amazing film that I can't wait to see again. I really enjoyed it and I hope that you will too. Thank you for reading, and I hope that you have a great day!

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Gerald

This is a great documentary, even though it focuses on the good parts of the story and the negative parts. However, there are parts of the story that are very emotional and the film really brings that out. The film shows a lot of personal stories of African Americans that live in the South. I thought that the story of 'Howie' was really interesting. I found that his story was very moving. I thought the documentary was a very good mix of the good and the bad. I was very moved by it.