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Watch Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America

(1126) 7.6 96 min 2016

Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America is a movie starring Daryl D. Davis, Kenneth Nwadike, and Michael Wood Jr.. Daryl Davis is an accomplished musician who was played all over the world. He also has an unusual hobby,...

Starring
Kenneth Nwadike, Michael Wood Jr., Daryl D. Davis
Genres
Biography, Documentary, History
Director
Matthew Ornstein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Documentary, History
Director Matthew Ornstein
Stars Kenneth Nwadike, Michael Wood Jr., Daryl D. Davis
Country USA
Runtime 1H 36M
Description Daryl Davis is an accomplished musician who was played all over the world. He also has an unusual hobby, particularly for a middle aged black man. When not displaying his musical chops, Daryl likes to meet and befriend members of the Ku Klux Klan. When many of these people eventually leave the Klan with Daryl's support, Daryl keeps their robes and hoods; building his collection piece by piece, story by story, person by person, in hopes of one day opening a museum of the Klan.

Top reviews

Sunday, 24 May 2020 22:03

This film is a must see for anyone who believes in the right of people of color to have equal rights, regardless of skin color. It shows what happens when laws that are intended to protect and uplift African Americans are often used to discriminate against African Americans. It shows the myriad of ways in which African Americans are discriminated against and the negative consequences that are entailed. It is one of the most important films I have ever seen and it shows the way in which racial discrimination and discrimination against any people of color are actually a result of what many white Americans believe to be the right of people of color. It also shows how many of the so-called "elite" of the white establishment, including politicians and business owners, continue to use their power and influence to deny the rights and equal protection of people of color. It is also a reminder that the people of color have no interest in making the same mistakes of the whites. This film is a very powerful film, not only for its social commentary, but also for its historical value. The film is well-produced and well-written, and I think it has an important message to get across. It is not intended to be a "history lesson", but rather to show the roots of the problems that African Americans face today and the negative consequences that result from discrimination and segregation. It is very uplifting and is well-acted, but I also think that the message is too simple. I think that the message should be more complex than it is. The film does not paint a picture of all the injustices that African Americans are forced to endure because of the wrongs that African Americans were born with. The film does not paint a picture of all the people of color who suffer discrimination because of the wrongs that they were born with. This film is a reminder of the good that can come from the hard work and dedication of all people of color, regardless of race. I think it is a very powerful film and should be seen by everyone.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 22:04

I'm not sure who the target audience for this documentary is, but it is obvious that it is intended for a liberal audience. So it is almost an anti-conservative film. But I do think that the film is a must see, for the reason that it exposes the inner workings of the corporate media, the collusion between the two parties, the endless, justifications and excuses that the corporate media uses to prevent people from knowing the truth, and the fact that the American people have been misled for many years about what is really happening in the world. I also think it is a must see for the reason that it exposes the power of the corporate media, and that they have had so much control over the American people for so long that they have no idea that they are in danger of losing their control. The movie gives a good picture of how the corporate media works, but it is very clear that they are not interested in the truth. It's not just a question of whether or not they will succeed, but a question of how long they will be able to keep the control. The reason why I think that it is so important for people to see this movie is that they will get an idea of what kind of world we are living in. It's not just the fact that we are being led by a totalitarian government, it is the fact that we are being led by a corporate media that is in charge of the things that are important to us, and it is the fact that our leaders have been deceiving us for so long that we are not really able to be independent.


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