“Do The Right Thing” and Fighting the Power of Intolerance

I had the pleasure of taking in a screening of the new 4k restoration of Spike Lee’s 1989 masterpiece, “Do The Right Thing,” late last night. Though I had seen it many times before, this viewing yielded my most visceral emotional reaction to the film yet.

A lot of that had to do with the news cycle I was monitoring and tweeting about as I sat in the theatre…

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Digital content specialist with a slight obsession with film.

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