Blood Done Sign My Name

Blood Done Sign My Name

DVD - 2010
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Recounts the aftermath of the murder of Henry Marrow, a 23-year-old African-American Vietnam veteran who was killed by a prominent white businessman and his grown sons in Oxford, North Carolina. Responding to the crime and the sham trial that followed, many young African-American men took to the streets, engaging in riots and vandalism. Marrow's cousin, Benjamin Chavis, decided that the best way to protest the government was a peaceful march on the state capitol.

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aaa5756 Dec 11, 2013

It was O.K for a home TV movie. I was entertained and interesting. But it was NOT worth the long library wait or the price to rent from a Red Box.

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neonkc
May 03, 2013

very very good

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kwarah
Oct 19, 2011

WHERE EVER THERE IS INJUSTICE & REPRESSION, THERE IS A REVOLUTION, forcing ordinary people to rise up & a sleepy little town to explode like volcano, shaking the powers of the day & breaking the cycles of repression & injustice, uprooting the injustice system for eternity.

A veteran-soldier, serving his country, managed to survive foreign wars, to only get murdered on the streets of his own home town, in the hands of his own country-men, whom the soldier risked his life & served to protect & defend, from foreign enemies.

The murder & the "court-system" proved, there is another war at home.

VERY MOVING EXCELLENT FILM!

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