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  • Watch Richard Wright’s Screen Test for ‘Native Son’ Film Adaptation + Watch the Film in Full

    Richard Wright’s seminal novel "Native Son," first published in 1940, is one of the most important books ever written about racism and the black experience in America. That can’t be argued. However, it has had the sad misfortunate of also being extremely unlucky at the movies.

    There have been 2 film versions, and both of them were pretty lousy. There was the 1986 version made for PBS, which did get a brief theatrical run, with Victor Love as the lead troubled character, Bigger Thomas, and Oprah Winfrey, in one of her first film roles, as his downtrodden suffering mother ("My baby! My baby! Please suh my baby ain’t meant no harm!"… or lines to…

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