Just a sequence of life around the tenement set to Faye Adams' recording of Shake Hands, from writer, director. cinematographer and editor Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, 1977.
Stan's son (Jack Drummond) observes neighborhood incidents on the way home, Cecil Grant's I Wonder plays, while Stan (Henry Gayle Sanders) works on plumbing in Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, 1977.
Kids playing in the L-A rail yards, in particular Stan's Son Jack Drummond, from writer, director, cinematographer and editor Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, 1977.
Walter Jacobs' Mean Old World plays in the background as Stan (Henry Gayle Sanders) works in the slaughterhouse and returns home in Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, 1977.
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DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST portrays the unique culture of the Gullah people by focusing on the extended Peazant family as its members struggle with the decision to leave their island and move north. On the eve of their departure, memories of their Gullah history and its African roots come rising to the surface. Part of the National Registry of top U.S. Films.
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