Spike Lee’s Oscar-nominated adaptation of the story of black policeman Ron Stallworth, who succeeded in 1978 in subverting the racist Ku Klux Klan
In the late 1970s, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) is the first black police officer in his unit in Colorado Springs. Stallworth wants to prove himself. At a time when members of the racist Ku Klux Klan even hold high posts in politics, Stallworth is trying to infiltrate the Klan. For this he simply logs on to a newspaper advertisement in which new members are searched for. In response, Stallworth receives a personal invitation.
Of course, the black policeman can not appear personally at the clan. Therefore, he seeks support from the undercover agent Flip (Adam Driver) from the drug squad. The plan works: While Flip appears at the meetings, Stallworth keeps in touch with the clan by phone. Together they manage to undermine the secret society and even get the Grand Wizard David Duke (Topher Grace) on the line.
Director Spike Lee (“Oldboy”) films the true story of Ron Stallworth. The police officer described in detail in his report “Black Klansman” how he and his partner managed to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. In addition to cult film director Spike Lee is behind the film, the team that has already produced the horror hit “Get Out”. As well as Jason Blum, Jordan Peele also participated as a producer in “BlacKkKlansman”.
His world premiere will be “BlacKkKlansman” at the Cannes International Film Festival 2018. “BlacKkKlansman” also caused a stir in the run-up to the 2019 Academy Awards. The satire won six nominations in the categories Best Film, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Adam Driver), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Film Music and Best Editing.

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