Giulio Rosadi’s review published on Letterboxd:
You know the way to sell hate? Affirmative action, immigration, crime, tax reform... So, the idea is under all these issues: everyday Americans can accept it. Support it.
A terrific Spike Lee film with humor and gut wrenching truths. My first reaction was that the villains, the Ku Klux Klan members, were too one dimensional, caricaturesque. It was impossible to stay with them for more than a few seconds. I recoiled in horror and kind of laughing nervously: what is this, a satire? And then, I realized. The real life villains are one dimensional, they are caricaturesque, racist people are their own satire.