Director: James Toback
Writer(s): James Toback
Starring: Scott Caan, Robert Downey Jr., Stacy Edwards, Allan Houston, Gaby Hoffmann, Kidada Jones, Jared Leto, Marla Maples, Joe Pantoliano, Bijou Phillips, Oliver ‘Power’ Grant, Raekwon, Claudia Schiffer, William Lee Scott, Brooke Shields, Ben Stiller, Eddie Kaye Thomas, James Toback, Mike Tyson, Elijah Wood, Kim Matulova, Brett Ratner, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah, Sticky Fingaz, George Wayne, Scottie Epstein, Thaddaeus Birkett, Chip Banks, Hassan Johnson, Larry Shaw, Superb, Tyrone S. Walker, Richard Akiva, Shawn Regruto, Justin Ske, Richard Voll, Steven C. Beer, Sabine Lamy, Michelle Dent, Frank Pesce, Richard Rose, Chuck Zito, Robert B. Alexander, Sheila Ball, John Bolger, Joseph Bongiorno, Masta Killa, Frank Adonis, Jodi Cohen, John Buffalo Mailer, Tina Nguyen, Garry Pastore, Richard Elms, Keith Grayson, Janine Green, Cara Hamill, Katie Hamill, Michael B. Jordan, David Alastair King, Kristin Klosterman, Duane McLaughlin, Eric Keith McNeil, Lauren Pratt, Shari Raghunati, Katie Sagona, Melvin James Shaad, Tyree Michael Simpson, Patrick Watt, Jade Yorker, Pell James, George F. Miller, Steve Nuke, James M. Sandín, Davy Sardou, Fredro Starr, Sanny van Heteren, Bellamy Young
Synopsis: Set in New York City, Black and White features several losely related stories centering on a pair of documentary filmmakers, Sam and her husband Terry, in following a group of caucasian teens, Raven, Charlie, Will, Marty, Wren and others who try to fit in with Harlem’s black hip-hop crowd who include gangster rapper Rich Bower and his music partner Cigar in landing a recording gig, as well as college basketball player Dean who is conflicted on taking a fall on a game for shady gambler Mark Clear who has hidden agenda for Dean and Rich.
Release Date: April 5, 2000 (USA) | Length: 98 min | Genre: Crime, Drama, Music | MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong sexuality, graphic language, some violence and drug use
Note: Original title “Black and White”.