A 30th anniversary re-release of Spike Lee’s breakout hit, an audacious, explosive examination of racial tension over the course of one sweltering Brooklyn day.
Salvatore Fragione is the Italian owner of a pizzeria in Brooklyn. A neighbourhood local, Buggin' Out, becomes upset when he notices that the pizzeria's Wall of Fame exhibits only Italians and no black stars, in what is primarily a black neighbourhood. The wall becomes a symbol of racism and hate, and tensions rise.
Running time: 2h20, including ads and trailers.
Part of Screen Horizons – the best of independent and world cinema, classic films and documentaries.
Please be aware you must be aged 15 or over to see this film, and you may be required to show photographic I.D. to gain entry to the cinema.