How do Collin (Daveed Diggs) and Miles (Rafael Casal) show different sides to and perceptions of marginalization? How does the particular history of Oakland play a role in making the question of marginalization complicated here? How does the film show us these complexities?
Here are topics for our discussion of Blindspotting 0n Monday. Feel free to start the conversation in comments and to suggest additional topics.
- Setting, particularly through contrasts.
- Use of props, costume and make-up for character development and also setting.
- Masculinity through action and performance.
- Color and lighting, especially in Collin's dreams/memories).
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