Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud When a disgraced former college dean has a romance with a mysterious younger woman haunted by her dark, twisted past, he is forced to confront a shocking fact about his own life that he has kept secret for fifty years.
That scam artist ruffled some feathers over the past week or so stating that “He can not respect a black man who dates or marries a black woman.” I’m not going to link you to his diatribe because I refuse to give that man more credit than he deserves, moving on.
By no means do I think this is consistent of all interracial relationships — two of my best friends are dating non-black women, and they are in wonderful unions with women who love and support them completely. And that’s good advice no matter if you’re black or white.
Modern romance has become infinitely more complicated than it was just a few years ago.
Director: Jeff Nichols Sara marries Gaten a single father who is African-American. So Sara has to take care of Gaten's daughter, Clover.
I find the movie — and Netflix show — “Dear White People” fascinating.
Director: Jordan Walker-Pearlman Set in nineteenth-century New Orleans, the story depicts the gens de couleur libre, or the Free People of Colour, a dazzling yet damned class caught between the world of white privilege and black oppression.