BLACK MOTHER – Review by Diane Carson

Experimental and impressionistic, director Khalik Allah’s documentary Black Mother ricochets from street walkers negotiating with Johns to lush, beautiful jungles and inviting streams and waterfalls. His own cinematographer and editor, Allah juxtaposes color with black and footage, including some he shot as a teenager in Jamaica where all this film is set, a tribute to his mother and maternal grandfather.

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