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The Burial Of Kojo

If you see one artsy film this year... let it be this one. The imagery of The Burial Of Kojo will stick with you. It's lyrical, poetic, in the vein of Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven, but an entire magical entity all by itself. Samuel "Blitz" Bazawule takes his time and paints-- we watch him craft a visual masterpiece (with the cinematography of Michael Ferndandez), scene by scene, Bazawule gives the audience the freedom to get lost, to dwell in a realm where time has no standard rhythm. It's all about what this film makes you feel, and it makes you feel deeply, in a puzzling way... reminiscent of a lullaby, sweet and strange. 

A burning teal car on a beach has firmly cemented its place in black film history. The Burial Of Kojo will be forever discussed and referenced amongst cinema fans.

You can watch in on Netflix or visit to catch its limited theater release schedule. 

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