Watch Lakeith Stanfield Being Interrogated in ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’
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A handful of questions asked during an interrogation in “Judah and the Black Messiah” are important to advance the plot of this tense historical drama.
In the late 1960s, the film follows William O’Neill (Lekith Stanfield), a young man who becomes an informer, a Chicago Black Panther Party and one of its leaders, Fred Hampton (Daniel Kalua) FBI intelligence feeds about. O’Neill is caught after using a fake FBI badge to steal a car.
Describing this sequence, Raja says that this moment is about the “danger of being political”. O’Neill took the Rev. Drs. Asked his feelings about the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. and admitted to being upset. But when asked about the murder of Malcolm X, he has an indifferent response. “We really wanted to hit the old phrase at home, if you stood up for anything you wouldn’t do anything,” the king reported.
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