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Rhapsody in Justice

USA 2024
produced by
Anthony J. Dixon, Imani Logan, Linda Cofer Hawkins (executive) for Paper to Pen Productions
directed by Anthony J. Dixon
starring Ambre Anderson, Yvette Lashawn Williams, Imani Logan, Channing Jackson, Buddy Love, Nikki Silva, Peter Walsh, Shiek Mahmud-Bey, Chantal Maurice, Aixa Kendrick, Daniel Carlton, Fatoumata Toure, Rumando Kelley, Nefertiti Warren, Marlene Villafane, Hadley Boyd, Hailey Stone, Amanda Virzi, Tobin Cleary, Tobias Foreman, Mariama Diop, George Amarie, Katja Sarkish Stewart, Ian Grant, Peter Murphy, Keno McCottry, Joey Ortiz, Annisa Smith, Sophia Coffee, Shakia Dixon, Hajar Northern, Curtis Bailey, Hillary Hawkins, Rhea Dickerson, Dawn Moore, Charles Thomas, Flora Gillard, Chris Swain
written and music by Anthony J. Dixon

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Back in 2016, when Donald Trump first became president, he on at least one occasion claimed to be the least racist person in the USA - without even bothering to show a hint of a proof to substantiate that claim. In the eyes of many, he has actually made an effort to make racism acceptible again, like in the eyes of journalists Sista Tells It Like It Is (Ambre Anderson), Sista Wanna B. Free (Yvette Lashawn Williams) and Sista Truth (Imani Logan) who have split away from mainstream media to start their own channel Black News, and who, despite only being a local channel, try to make a change on the national level by uncovering systemic racism and the like, soon to be joined by civil rights leader Tunde Worthy (Rumando Kelley) ...


I have to admit, even though Rhapsody in Justice has its heart in exactly the right place, narratively it meanders a bit, often trying more to hammer home its point than to tell an engaging story. That said though, the film also has its segments of biting satire that one can't but love, all carried by a very competent cast who play it straight for maximum effect. So while the whole might be a little less than the sum of its parts, it still comes up with a whole lot and certainly makes good, supremely intelligent entertainment.


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