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 Taylor Report 
 Tarantino doesn't break the chains
 Ishmael Reed
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Ishmael Reed, celebrated US poet and novelist, reviews the Quentin Tarantino film, “Django”, and discusses two of his works, “Flight to Canada” and “Going Too Far.”

Anyone going in to see Django and hoping not to be patronized or spoon-fed racist tropes was in for a shock. There's a proud legacy of African-American filmmaking, however - whatever happened to it?
Ishmael Reed discusses two of his works, “Flight to Canada” and “Going Too Far.”

 Interview with Ishmael Reed Download Program Podcast
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00:28:51 English 2012-12-31
 Toronto, Ontario
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