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After Months of Scandal, Let’s Remember Why The Birth of a Nation Started As Such a Sensation

This article originally appeared in Vulture. This year has been the best of times and the worst of times for The Birth of a Nation. Over the last few months, the discussion around Nate Parker’s slave-revolt drama has been dominated by a debate around the sexual-assault accusation leveled against Parker in college, and while no one knows for certain how The Birth of a Nation will fare after it hits theaters, many critics have not been kind to the film.
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