Film Review: BLINDSPOTTING (USA 2018) ***

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Written and starring written by Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs two childhood friends who grew up in Oakland, California, BLINDSPOTTING is less a structured film than a series of incidents tied together to tell a story, as manipulative as it becomes.  They felt that cinematic portrayals of the San Francisco Bay Area have constantly “missed something”.   Their flawed film wanted to draw attention to the culture, community, and sense of “heightened reality” that shape life in Oakland, high goals.   The film therefore addresses issues of gentrification, police violence, and racism.  But the film provides no solutions and only poses more questions.

The term BLINDSPOTTING is at one point explained in the film by a psychologist that it…

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