BLACK GIRL (1966): Vocal Cinema

BLACK GIRL: Vocal Cinema
source: New Yorker Video

One of the first films from Sub-Saharan Africa to make waves on the international stage, Black Girl remains nothing less than masterful.

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Ben is a former student of cognitive science who is currently trying to improve his writing style and ability to understand and appreciate films containing unfamiliar perspectives. He tries not to hold films to a strict set of criteria, but does believe that strong movies can change your outlook on the world. His favorite films include Whisper of the Heart, Beau Travail, Blade Runner, and Hellzapoppin'.