The Blues | Interpretive Lessons: Identity, Oppression, and Protest. To Kill a Mockingbird and the Blues.
Seven directors explore the blues through their own personal styles and perspectives. The films in the series are motivated by a central theme: how the blues evolved from parochial folk tunes to a universal language.
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