Director: Ngozi Onwurah
Writer(s): Sharon Foster
Starring: Medina Aijikawo, Nikki Amuka-Bird, David Oyelowo, Jotham Annan, Feyi Babalola, Channei Bain, Ariyon Bakare, Richard Blackwood, Brian Bovell, Jay Byrd, Sabina Cameron, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, George Eggay, Troy Glasgow, David Gyasi, Joan Hooley, Oscar James, Kyle Joseph-Peters, Daniel Kaluuya, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, Junior Laniyan, Angie Le Mar, Sian Martin, Charles Mnene, Chiké Okonkwo, Hilja Lindsay Parkinson, Richard Pepple, Clare Perkins, Yvette Rochester-Duncan, Clive Rowe, Anjela Lauren Smith, Michael-Joel David Stuart, Glen Wilson
Unknown: Jasmine Pride-Garrett, Jay Williams, Yaa
Synopsis: A Black teacher is falsely accused of assaulting one of his Black pupils. He loses his job and his sanity as the Black community brands him a racist. Destitute, he must confront his fear and hatred of his own community to reclaim his life. A highly provocative comedy about one Black man’s feelings on being Black. Shocking, disturbing and funny, the spotlight is thrown on racial views and attitudes in a way that is anything but “politically correct!” READ REVIEW
Release Date: April 26, 2006 (USA) | Length: 100 min | Genre: Drama | MPAA Rating: NR
Note: The film is scheduled to screen at the 2017 Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles (celebrating its 25th anniversary) on Monday, February 20 at 12:20pm. Tickets are now on sale and can be ordered here. Also, I didn’t find a trailer for this film.