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Rihanna just couldn't get past the movie Emancipation

Rihanna just couldn’t get past the movie Emancipation

according to will SmithAnd the Rihanna uploaded by “Release. “

said the Best Actor winner e! News this “raise me UpThe singer “loved the cinematography” of Antoine Fuqua’s epic about slaves.

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“You couldn’t get over the look and feel of the movie,” said Smith.

Rihanna attended a special screening of the feature in October 2022 with A$AP partner Rocky, Tyler Perry, Dave Chappelle, and other listeners.

Smith added, “The cool thing with black people is that they talk to the screen all the time, so you don’t have to ask people what they think.” “So, I didn’t have to ask the room what anyone thought.”

The “King Richard” star noted that “Emancipation” is more timely now than ever, saying, “I feel like a lot of patterns are starting to repeat themselves in America and the world today. So, in terms of timing, I felt it was time to be reminded.” That we are not walking some of the same paths.”

“Emancipation” stars Peter, a man who escapes from slavery, relying on his wit, unwavering faith, and deep love for his family to evade cold-blooded hunters and the unforgiving swamps of Louisiana in his quest for freedom. The film is based on 1863 photographs of “Whipped Peter” taken during a Union Army medical that first appeared in Harper’s Weekly. One of the images, known as “The Executioner’s Back,” which showed Peter’s bare back being mutilated with whipping, contributed to growing popular opposition to slavery.

“Emancipation” producer Joey McFarland has been recently Criticize To collect original “Whipped Peter” portraits, among other slave portraits.

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Director Fuqua talked about why the film was not shown in terms of Smith outburst against Oscars presenter Chris Rock earlier this year.

“The movie, for me, is bigger than that moment,” Fuqua said. Vanity Fair. Four hundred years of slavery is greater than one moment. I hope people see it that way, watch the movie, and get swept away by the great performances by Will and All real hard work done by the entire crew. “

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