Cinema: Recycling Job

BROTHERS

Directed by ARTHUR BARRON

Screenplay by EDWARD and MILDRED LEWIS

Old newspapers are recycled by first being mashed into pulp. Brothers shows that old newspaper stories can be turned into pulp too. The movie takes one of the notorious headline dramas of the past decade — the case of Angela Davis.

George Jackson and the Soledad Broth ers — and recycles it into a racial morality play of staggering and offensive simplemindedness. The real George Jackson was gunned down in the yard of San Quentin Prison in 1971. Was he trying to escape, as...

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