The Obsessive Sameness of Sidney Poitier
Chapter I tracks the dialogue—both deliberate and inadvertent—that Sidney Poitier’s films maintain with the evolving civil rights movement. Beginning with The Lilies of the Field, the film for which he won his Best Actor Academy Award, this chapter studies the curious effects of repetition that shape his later films.
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