Josie Nuszdorfer’s review published on Letterboxd:
To be honest with you I think this is a near perfect movie? The first time I saw it was probably 6 years ago, when relationships and men weren't such popular topics of thought for me, but with age the film has become more and more relatable.
I love the independent life Nola lives, while juggling adoration from three men and a career. Not to mention Nola Darling is played by Tracy Camilla Johns, who is a dark skin woman which is fucking cool.
The fact that it is shot in black and white is cool because I feel that colour symbolism/ impact on emotions had a lot to do with almost everything released after (and including) 'do the right thing'.
Heck ya spike lee