Today at The Clinton: Wednesday, Apr 24

Clinton Street Resistance presents CRY FREEDOM

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Clinton Street Resistance presents CRY FREEDOM

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Washington does a remarkable job of transforming himself into the articulte and mesmerizing black nationalist leader, whose refusal to keep silent led to his death in police custody and a subsequent coverup.

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CRY FREEDOM MOVIE POSTER
CRY FREEDOM
Director: 
Richard Attenborough
Country: 
United Kingdom
Year: 
1987
Runtime: 
157 minutes

A powerful drama that helped expose to the world the malfeasance of South African apartheid, Cry Freedom chronicles the fact-based friendship between an outspoken white newspaper editor and the South African pacifistic civil-rights activist, Steve Biko. After Biko suspiciously dies, Woods, though forced to flee the country with his family, continues to broadcast Biko's message to the world.

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