"ABAR: THE BLACK SUPERMAN"
"They don't look like servants to me Mabel." "You don't think the agent sold to niggers do you?"
still convinced that this could not be, they introduce themselves to the Kincade Family's Maid & chauffeur-only to receive confirm that Dr & Mrs Kincade are indeed Black! LMAO. The ladies Spazz out-along with the community. A small scale riot/Protest breaks out, as the citizens begin to worry about their property values & every sort of stereotype they could imagine. The Kincade Family is approached with offers to buy them out, threatened with building codes, protests on their lawn, and anything that might Get them out! things get quiet when The Black Front Of Unity shows up & plants a Red Black & Green Flag in the yard; but not for long. The harassment continues to escalate into outright violence; but the B.F.U. is never far away.
Abar: Black Superman provides a rarely told commentary on the history of integration, as the Kincade Family catches hell from both sides. Black people look at them as Sell-Outs for moving out of the Black Community; and White People look at them as Savages. How far will each side go to defend their position? What kind of Divine Force could intervene & make this right? I guess you will have to watch. My favorite scene involves young Tommie Kincade's Cool Black Cowboy fantasy. This is a surprising good movie-especially for the era in which it was released. Probably the core reason why so few have heard of this movie.
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