Saturday, November 19, 2011
In Spartacus (1960): An Early Example Of Blackworship
The "big black one" is the "most beautiful," says the white woman.
Would you see a quote like this in any films of the 1930s or 40s?
This brief scene might seem innocuous by today's Anti-White Media standards. But the portrayal of these amoral whites, juxtaposed with the noble, powerful black guy, is an early sign of things to come, preceding Flame in the Streets (1961) by a year.
Thus from an archivist's standpoint I wanted to get Kubrick's "classic" logged here.