Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X - DVD
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This provocative documentary, filmed in black and white, and color, examines the allegations surrounding the black leader's demise in 1965. It focuses on Malcolm's political situation prior to the killing with a special emphasis upon the coalition he and Martin Luther King were trying to form. This new coalition, which had King helming the southern efforts and Malcolm organizing the north, was apparently infiltrated with by numerous undercover policeman and FBI agents with orders to keep it from coming together. Though the film leaves viewers with many unanswered questions, it is thought provoking. Included is archival footage. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Exclusive interview with Abdullah Abdur Razzaq (formerly James 67X warden), Malcolm X's closest associate
Interview with director Jack Baxter
- GenreDocumentary,Special Interests
- Countries ProducedUSA
- Duration115 minutes
- Year of Release1994
- Aspect Ratio1.33:1
- Chapter InfoDisc #1 -- Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X, 1. Opening [3:24], 2. Brother Minister [11:32], 3. Disciples [9:24], 4. Promised Land [9:35], 5. Prodigal Son [10:44], 6. The Seeker [4:19], 7. O.A.A.U. [7:28], 8. Infiltration [5:44], 9. Angels of Death [12:34], 10. The Intent [10:30], 11. Louis X [9:32], 12. Resurrection [9:11], 13. Dream History [6:30]