Killer of Sheep
Dir. Charles Burnett (1977).
Originally released in the virtual vacuum of the late 70s, Charles Burnett's neo-neo-realist, post-Cassavetes account of a dreamy Watts butcher and his family gradually established itself as an Amerindie classic as well as founding text of the new African-American cinema.
Wed., April 6, 7 p.m., 2011
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