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A rare look at Spike Lee’s creative appropriation of the documentary film genre.
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Delphine Letort is Associate Professor of English at the Université du Maine in Le Mans, France.Review:
“The Spike Lee Brand makes a very important contribution to scholarly studies on the film-work of Spike Lee ... [and] places Lee in the pantheon of important social political documentarians such as Claude Lanzmann and Emile de Antonio.” ― from the Foreword by Mark A. Reid
“...an important entry within the fields of film studies and African-American cultural studies.” ― Cercles
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