Weekend Movie Strange Days (1995)

Hollywood is coming out with a similar movie about placing something on your head that allows you to experience another person’s actions or something like that.

But that is NOT what I am writing about.  I am writing about Academy Award Winner: Best director (The Hurt Locker) Katherine Bigelow’s

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Seminal masterpiece and  precient work that encompasses social injustice, political inequality and racial animosity all wrapped up in in a movie that stars stunningly beautiful Angela Basset as MACE (Lornette Mason)

The bad ass (Tough as Nails) limo driver who becomes body guard and best friend to our other protagonist former policeman Lenny Nero (Ralph Fiennes) who has moved into a more lucrative trade: the illegal sale of virtual reality-like recordings that allow users to experience the emotions and past experiences of others.  However when someone witnesses the execution of one of the Black communities most influential voices, a race begins to find the digital media before the assassins find it.

Killer soundtrack, includes: Out Lesbian Skunk Ananzi Lead vocalist Debra Dwyer, Peter Gabriel and Deep Forest.

Watch HERE

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