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D. Olson recommends:


> One film which may be of interest to you is "The Warriors", 1979, directed
> by Walter Hill. This film's use of black radio announcers, not to mention
> the camera's extreme close-up of the black 'female' announcers mouth, may
> fit in nicely with the nondiegetic use of race.

Another recent film tha comes to mind is Baz Luhrman's WILLIAM
SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO + JULIET, with a mostly-white cast.

I am not sure if it quite fits Krin's request, but Spike Lee's use of
music is always interesting and the focus on an Italian-American
community in SUMMER OF SAM might be worth attention too.


Don Larsson

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Donald Larsson
Minnesota State U, Mankato
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