Whose Streets?

2017

Action / Documentary

5
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 98%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 1101

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
February 22, 2018 at 11:56 AM

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Barack Obama as Himself
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English 2.0
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1 hr 42 min
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1 hr 42 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gabethurau 8 / 10

White guy from Saint Louis. Sad that I watched the riots from my computer.

With the recent #blackout tuesday taking social media by storm, I too feel the need to reflect and revisit crucial moments of unrest in recent history.

I grew up in suburban Missouri. I had a few friends who good friends who were half-black, but I largely lived in an insulated, middle class environment where racial tensions were out of sight and mind.

My appreciation for hip hop, Jazz, James Baldwin, Dave Chapelle, and Ta-Nehisi Coates has brought me baby steps closer to appreciating black culture over the years. But there is still a lot of fetishization on my part.

Overall, my laziness has kept race on the outskirts of understanding. And perhaps it should always be at the outskirts of understanding - me being a white man who will never truly understand the struggle of the African American in a America that doesn't give our black neighbors the time of day.

I have learned to treat racial understanding like Zen. The impossibility of understanding means the process is both the journey and the endpoint. The moment I begin to think that I "understand" is the moment I get lazy again.

Rewatching this movie, and being reminded of what happened right down the street from me in Ferguson, has given me a momentary respite from laziness. And I hope watching Whose Streets will give you the same chance for reflection.

Reviewed by henryporterr 1 / 10

Every cop is a criminal and all the sinners, saints.

Come on, lets be real here. Michael Brown was a thug that robbed a convenience store and attacked a cop. He was only 18 but that is plenty old enough to know right from wrong. Michael was much bigger and stronger than he cop. Michael was on top of the cop trying to take his gun. If he didn't use lethal force he would have died. If you want to tackle police violence, then tackle the source, stop condoning the criminals.

Reviewed by tesnitaylor 9 / 10

Power boots-on-ground filmmaking

This film entirely changed the way I saw Ferguson and how the death of Mike Brown impacted the local community. Please watch this film.

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