Must you continue to personalize this discussion? You are entitled to your impression, and I am entitled to mine right? Yours is no more valid than mind, after all they are impressions right, not facts? If what you say is true, that "Destee allows a wide breadth then you do...", then why does the discussion exclude "Winnie Mandela: The Untold Story", and "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom"? Is it because some of us don't really identify with Afrikans in the motherland, although we pretend to do so? Is it because most of us are ignorant of the history of the struggle in South Afrika? Is it because some of us consider slave movies informative, and inspirational? Is it because slave movies make some of us feel good about ourselves? Is it because some of us are masochistic and enjoy being hurt, expecting whites to feel sorry for us, and guilty for what they did? I apologize in advance for being ill-mannered in asking these questions! Smile Fact, the discussion thus far has been limited to "slave movies!!! P.S. YOU ARE NOT ME! I THINK FOR MYSELF THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!!!Sekou Kasimu,
I do not get the impression that there is a preference for discussing and/or watching 'slave movies.' Rather it appears that a film came out and it was shared and discussed. If it's your impression that discussion should be limited to your breadth then you are mistaken to the nature of this site. Destee allows a wide breadth then you do. If I were you, I would accept this.