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White Like Me In Suture

by Charles Mudede Both men in this picture are white. The 1990s was the decade of great neo-noirs. To name a few: One False Move (1992), The Last Seduction (1994), Glass Shield (1995), Devil In A Blue Dress (1995), Bound (1996). A number of these films were directed by black men, and many had complicated racial themes. One of the more curious neo-noirs that had an unmentioned and but powerful racial theme (and powerful precisely because it is not mentioned) is Suture (1993).
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