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    Beloved

    • Year Released: 1998
    Beloved is a 1998 film based on Toni Morrison's 1987 novel of the same name. Starring Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover, the film was directed by Jonathan Demme and produced by Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions. Beloved received numerous award nominations following its release and won in the "Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture" category at the 1999 NAACP Image Awards for Glover's performance. The story, set shortly after the Civil War, revolves around Sethe, a former slave living on the outskirts of Cincinnati. When the film begins, an angry poltergeist terrorizes Sethe and her three children. After Sethe temporarily soothes the angry spirit, her two sons run away forever. Ten years later, Sethe (Oprah Winfrey), lives alone with her daughter Denver (Kimberly Elise). Paul D (Danny Glover), an old friend from Sweet Home, the plantation Sethe had escaped from years earlier, finds Sethe's home. She invites him into the house where he drives off the angry spirit. Afterwards, Paul D. then proposes that he should stay and Sethe responds favorably. Shortly after Paul D. moves in, a clean young woman (Thandie Newton) stumbles into Sethe's yard. Sethe and Denver take an immediate liking to
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    The long walk home

    • Year Released: 1990
    The Long Walk Home is a 1990 film starring Sissy Spacek and Whoopi Goldberg. The feature film is based on a short screenplay of the same name, written by John Cork. While a student at USC, Cork submitted his script for consideration by the Cinema Department, hoping to also direct. While his script was selected for production, USC assigned another person, Beverlyn E. Fray to direct it. Despite winning several awards, including first place at the Black American Cinema Society, Cork was unhappy with the finished project and unsuccesfully tried to block exhibition of the short film. The film is set in Montgomery, Alabama, United States, during the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, and features Whoopi Goldberg as Odessa Cotter, an African-American maid, employed by a well-to-do white woman, Miriam Thompson, played by Spacek. The story is told through the eyes of Miriam's young daughter Mary Catherine, for whom Odessa is a nanny. Odessa and her family are faced with all of the social problems typical of African Americans at the time: poverty, racism, violence, and discrimination based solely on the color of their skin. When a boycott of the city buses prevents Odessa from riding the bus to
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