Dear White People
Four black students get admission in Ivy League College. They get into quarrel regarding the black-face party hosted by white pupils. Samantha White then starts her own radio show with the phrase “Dear White People” and the TV series producers think it’s a wonderful idea.
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The Big Issue
December 11, 2015 It's witty, boisterous and immensely likeable, but don't mistake its considerable charm and slick elegance for superficiality.Read in Source
The Film Stage
June 21, 2016 Dear White People offers up some droll and relevant observations on the commodification of race and ensures that Justin Simien is a filmmaker to watch.Read in Source
January 05, 2015 A timely and important look at black identity and how it's informed by by stereotypes in the mediaRead in Source
Globe and Mail
November 07, 2014 The pitch on Dear White People is that it's "Do the Right Thing for the Obama generation," which is both an oversell and a disservice to Justin Simien's witty satire about race relations on a fictional Ivy League campus.Read in Source
June 18, 2016 A dagger-sharp satire, a film filled end-to-end with tiny sticks of dynamite, each lit carefully with a gleeful smirk.Read in Source
January 05, 2015 Where it scores big is its wealth of ideas-visual, emotional, cultural-and its deep well of bitter, voice-of-experience rageRead in Source
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
January 05, 2015 The best moments get to the heart of Simien's thesis that what is supposed to be post-racial America isn't all that much different from what came before.Read in Source
January 05, 2015 Even as the jokes cut deep, Dear White People doesn't hesitate to get real.Read in Source
Independent Online (South Africa)
March 04, 2016 It is smart, funny and provocative without being rude, even if some of the actual events and behaviours depicted are shocking. The film itself is not the shocker, the things it says about how we see each other is the embarrassment.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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