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Do The Right Thing

DO THE RIGHT THING has been hailed as the most insightful view of race relations ever to hit US screens and condemned as dangerous agitprop, but its timeliness--and its ability to touch a nerve in the culture at large--was never in question. The story is… (more)

Released: 1989

Rating: R

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02:16 — Lee's darkly humorous story of racial tensions in a Brooklyn neighborhood. Created much controversy at time of release!
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  • Released: 1989
  • Rating: R
  • Review: DO THE RIGHT THING has been hailed as the most insightful view of race relations ever to hit US screens and condemned as dangerous agitprop, but its timeliness--and its ability to touch a nerve in the culture at large--was never in question. The story is… (more)

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