Sometimes, truth is indeed stranger than fiction. Spike Lee's Oscar nominated BlacKkKlansman addresses America's racial disparity from a truly novel perspective. A black detective (played by John David Washington, the son of Denzel Washington) ingeniously infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in the early seventies. Along the way, he struggles to reconcile his duties as a police officer against the virulent racism subjugating his people. This true story is so wild, it borders on the absurd. This is the reason why BlacKkKlansman is so incisive. It is a hard-hitting, unvarnished look at racism. It's also knockdown funny at the same time.
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