Since historic times Black people were not treated equally as white people and were harassed by the Americans. This documentary digs deep down into the mass imprisonment and debuts on Netflix on Oct 7.
Netflix gives you a variety of tastes like mystery, thriller romance and much more. However, the Netflix documentary stands out of the crowd as it features the real life scenarios which keep us inquisitive throughout. This year Netflix had come with many rare documentaries and now is a time for the “13th”, so to watch this meaningful documentary Netflix Activate is primarily important and Netflix can be activated once you visit www Netflix Com Activate and get proper guidelines for activation.
The “13th” was selected by the New York Film Festival as the opening night film and it debuts on Netflix on October 7th. It is a must-watch documentary which everybody should see. Moreover, Entertainment Weekly summarizes in its review.”’13th’ is a titanic statement by a major American voice and viewing it should be mandatory.”
It is the latest project of the director Ava DuVernay, who had prior given us “Selma “in 2014 and well-reviewed OWN series “Queen Sugar” and further in her scheduled is “A Wrinkle in Time”.
In this documentary, DuVernay explores the issue of imprisonment in the U.S and which has the highest rate of imprisonment in the world and how it effects Africans-Americans. Thetitle “13th”refers to the Constitution’s 13th Amendment which states “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States.”
In one section of the movie, DuVernay portrays the black man during the civil rights movements and how he is being harassed by white people with the footage of black people being harassed at Trump rallies which occurred this year. The use of race and crime as a president campaign tactics.
Meanwhile, check out The “13th” official trailer here.
The film also addresses a problem which is still existing in the society and this also showcases how black men and women have been treated by the law and been portrayed.