I saw this today. I like it. I enjoy Spike Lee’s movies, give or take. I’m a big fan of Do The Right Thing, Mo’ Better Blues and Jungle Fever. And Malcolm X. And When the Levees Broke is a hugely important work. Lee is a divisive filmmaker but whether you enjoy his films or not, it’s hard to deny he is a very talented director. With a wonderful eye. And ear. And he’s always challenging. Here’s a compilation of dolly shots from his films. With a nice soundtrack from Cymande, too.
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