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The /Filmcast: Bonus Ep. - Is Black Panther an Evil Film? (GUEST: Leslie Lee III from Struggle Session) – /Film
The /Filmcast: Bonus Ep. – Is Black Panther an Evil Film? (GUEST: Leslie Lee III from Struggle Session)
Posted on Sunday, February 25th, 2018 by David Chen
In this bonus episode of the /Filmcast, David chats with Leslie Lee III (Jacobin Magazine, Struggle Session podcast) about his thoughts on Black Panther, which Leslie has called “deeply evil.” Find Leslie’s podcast here and find his original tweetstorm here. Also, listen to the /Filmcast’s original review of Black Panther here.
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