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  • So sincere but don't get out of line♉️
  • So sincere but don't get out of line♉️
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  • 📍San-Francisco, USA🇺🇸
    Настроился на волну путешествий!
    История такая, до 21 года ни разу не выезжал за пределы Казахстана, в 22 впервые полетел на самолёте и то, из-за того что опоздал на поезд в Челябинск на Баттл @energyevent 🇷🇺
    В 2010 году впервые побывал зарубежом с визой в паспорте-Китай, Шанхай на отборе @justedebout_officiel 🇨🇳и дошёл впервые в истории Казахстана до полуфинала в стиле #housedance
    В 2011 году впервые уехал не в тот город(ехал из Франкфурта в Дюссельдорф на Баттл @funkin_stylez 🇩🇪 а оказался в Голландии 🇱🇺 😆
    Итого за 8 лет моих танцевальных поездок Посетил 25 стран!
    Впереди цель: 10 новых стран в 2019 году ✔️
    Кстати, интересно читать такие истории? Если да, напишите в комментариях!
    Могу писать об этом 😉
  • 📍San-Francisco, USA🇺🇸
Настроился на волну путешествий!
История такая, до 21 года ни разу не выезжал за пределы Казахстана, в 22 впервые полетел на самолёте и то, из-за того что опоздал на поезд в Челябинск на Баттл @energyevent 🇷🇺
В 2010 году впервые побывал зарубежом с визой в паспорте-Китай, Шанхай на отборе @justedebout_officiel 🇨🇳и дошёл впервые в истории Казахстана до полуфинала в стиле #housedance
В 2011 году впервые уехал не в тот город(ехал из Франкфурта в Дюссельдорф на Баттл @funkin_stylez 🇩🇪 а оказался в Голландии 🇱🇺 😆
Итого за 8 лет моих танцевальных поездок Посетил 25 стран! 
Впереди цель: 10 новых стран в 2019 году ✔️
Кстати, интересно читать такие истории? Если да, напишите в комментариях!
Могу писать об этом 😉
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  • (@separatecinemaarchive) Instagram Profile @separatecinemaarchive
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    TODAY in Black Film History
    GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER
    Premiered December 11, 1967 New York, NY ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    In the 1960s, Sidney Poitier paved the way for a new type of black character in mainstream Hollywood films. In contrast to the degrading and menial roles by an earlier generation of fine but under-utilized and underappreciated actors like Rex Ingram, Hattie McDaniel, and Louise Beaver, Poitier became a model for a new integrated age. In Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, he starred as Dr. John Wade Prentice, a brilliant, handsome, impeccably-dressed Nobel Prize-contender who is engaged to Joey Drayton, a white woman whose liberal parents he is meeting for the first time. In the course of a single evening, Prentice tries to deliver the Draytons (Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, in his final film role) from their racial prejudices. Then, for good measure, he works a similar transformation on his own parents (Roy Glenn, Sr., and Beah Richards, in an Academy Award-nominated performance), who have been invited to the Draytons’ San Francisco home for a dinner. The two families immediately agree that the relationship between Joey and John is a “serious problem” that creates a “sort of situation.” But while the mothers are sympathetic, the fathers see only impracticality. John tries to change his father’s mind: in an emotional declaration that underscores the difference between generations in the black family, he says, “You think of yourself as a colored man. I think of myself as a man.” It is Mrs. Prentice, though, who makes the biggest impression by appealing to Mr. Drayton by reminding him that love, not skin color, defines a family. A contemporary drawing-room comedy, the film raised, but ultimately glossed over, serious racial issues.
    Directed by the unabashedly liberal Stanley Kramer —who took on social topics when it was not popular to do so in Hollywood— Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner prompted viewers to examine their own attitudes about race relations. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    #BlackHollywood #BlackHistory #BlackHistoryMonth #BLM #BlackLivesMatter #VintageBlack #blackfilms #blackfilm #blackcinema #blackmovies #blackfilmmakers #blackfilmhistory
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TODAY in Black Film History
GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER
Premiered December 11, 1967  New York, NY ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In the 1960s, Sidney Poitier paved the way for a new type of black character in mainstream Hollywood films. In contrast to the degrading and menial roles by an earlier generation of fine but under-utilized and underappreciated actors like Rex Ingram, Hattie McDaniel, and Louise Beaver, Poitier became a model for a new integrated age. In Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, he starred as Dr. John Wade Prentice, a brilliant, handsome, impeccably-dressed Nobel Prize-contender who is engaged to Joey Drayton, a white woman whose liberal parents he is meeting for the first time. In the course of a single evening, Prentice tries to deliver the Draytons (Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, in his final film role) from their racial prejudices. Then, for good measure, he works a similar transformation on his own parents (Roy Glenn, Sr., and Beah Richards, in an Academy Award-nominated performance), who have been invited to the Draytons’ San Francisco home for a dinner. The two families immediately agree that the relationship between Joey and John is a “serious problem” that creates a “sort of situation.” But while the mothers are sympathetic, the fathers see only impracticality. John tries to change his father’s mind: in an emotional declaration that underscores the difference between generations in the black family, he says, “You think of yourself as a colored man. I think of myself as a man.” It is Mrs. Prentice, though, who makes the biggest impression by appealing to Mr. Drayton by reminding him that love, not skin color, defines a family. A contemporary drawing-room comedy, the film raised, but ultimately glossed over, serious racial issues.
Directed by the unabashedly liberal Stanley Kramer —who took on social topics when it was not popular to do so in Hollywood— Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner prompted viewers to examine their own attitudes about race relations. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#BlackHollywood#BlackHistory#BlackHistoryMonth#BLM#BlackLivesMatter#VintageBlack#blackfilms#blackfilm#blackcinema#blackmovies#blackfilmmakers#blackfilmhistory
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