THE OBENSON REPORT

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Film Finds - "A Man Named Pearl"

MAN NAMED PEARL


Syndicated critic Kam Williams
writes of A Man Named Pearl,

This moving story of rejection-turned-acceptance is a touching bio-pic about a humble soul who encountered entrenched racism and responded with goodwill towards all. A life-affirming documentary illustrating how a black man’s green thumb proved to be the best revenge for white intolerance.

Currently enjoying a very limited theatrical release, the film is also available on DVD.

Learn more about the festival award-winning, well reviewed,
A Man Named Pearl, including screening engagements across the country - http://www.amannamedpearl.com/.

Certainly intrigues... here's the trailer:

2 comments:

  1. MUST LOVE MOVIES said...
     

    oh my my my! this looks dope. i look forward to this one. thanks for sharing

  2. The Obenson Report said...
     

    I already bought the DVD. Will likely review it on this blog.

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