2. Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971)

This movie is definitely a landmark in Black filmmaking in the United States – this extravagant, angry, belligerent, loud movie reaches a high pitch early and maintains it all until the end. The biggest highlight was how Melvin Van Peebles really managed to kick cinematic sand in yet another taboo's eyes by filming scenes of un-simulated sex involving his 13-year old son.
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