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Ali Silver searches for Mr. Right but finds misadventures that are darkly outrageous and sexy with an assortment of ne’er-do-wells who are inappropriate, unobtainable or unmanageable. Looking for Mr. Goodbar meets Sex and the City.
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Rachel arrives in New York from her Amish community intent on becoming a dancer. Unfortunately Billy Minsky’s Burlesque is hardly the place for her Dances From The Bible. But the show’s comedian Raymond sees a way of wrong-footing the local do-gooders by announcing the new Paris sensation “Mme Fifi” and putting on Rachel’s performance as the place is raided. All too complicated, the more so since her father is scouring the town for her and both Raymond and his straight-man Chick are falling for Rachel.
The Birth of A Nation is a silent film from 1915 and the highest grossing silent film in film history. The film tells a romance story during the American civil war. D.W. Griffith invested heavily in its high production values, pioneering many new camera effects. The Birth of a Nation was strongly protested for its negative portrayal of newly freed slaves (mostly white actors in blackface), which went on to create and propagate negative images of blacks of the early 20th century in the United States. The film was used as a recruiting propaganda by the KKK until the 1940s.
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