Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ opens one year after Charlottesville
“We wanted people to understand that history repeats itself, and I feel we’re in a very tumultuous time,” Spike Lee tells NBC News’ Lester Holt of his new film, set in the ‘70s, about a black cop who managed to infiltrate the KKK.
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