"BlacKkKlansman" has a great, strange story that upsets your balance – you're looking for it when you switch between comedy and horror – but it also has moments of serene loveliness. As a Kwame Ture guest student (aka Stokely Carmichael) starts talking about black beauty, Mr. Lee folds close-up shots of men and women whose halo-like Afros create a sense of holiness.  "I wanted to show that black is beautiful," Lee said. "To denigrate no one, but white America has been told in 100 years – plus cinema, that white people are the epitome of beauty, the benchmark."
The cinema is a critical, intellectual touchstone in "BlacKkKlansman". The film opens with a legendary scene from "Gone With the Wind" (1
"What drove me crazy," Mr. Lee said, "is that they only talked about Griffith and not about the effect the movie had." The Birth of a Nation "indisputably led to the rebirth of the clan So, directly or indirectly, people were killed because of this movie, it never happened. "
While he was a student, Mr. Lee made a brief," The Answer, "about an African-American screenwriter who was looking for a remake of "The birth of a nation" was discontinued. Mr. Lee said that his teachers were not satisfied with his film and that he was almost expelled. He is now a professor at N.Y.U., and although he does not show his "birth" to his students, he believes that they should be seen in the right historical context.
Mr. Lee ended the filming of "BlacKkKlansman" when a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, became violent last August. He becomes sober as he talks about the weekend and the breakaway response of President Trump. "That's his final moment," Mr. Lee said. He had the opportunity to show the moral leadership we need, "he added," He would not reject the Nazis, the Klan, and the Old Right, he did not do that is what the president should do. "Mr. Lee then added," Do not all these Jewish people who support him understand that he is in agreement with the people who tried to drive them out of sight of the earth? "