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Simply Black ดำชัดเจน (2021) [บรรยายไทย]

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  • เรื่องย่อ : Simply Black ดำชัดเจน (2021) [บรรยายไทย]

    ชื่อภาพยนตร์: Simply Black ดำชัดเจน (2021)
    ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์:  John Wax , Jean-Pascal Zadi
    ผู้เขียนบทภาพยนตร์: Kamel Guemra , Jean-Pascal Zadi
    นักแสดง: Jean-Pascal Zadi , Caroline Anglade , Fary
    แนว/ประเภท: ตลก
    ความยาว: 1 ชม. 30 นาที
    วันเข้าฉาย: 17 มีนาคม 2564

     

     

     

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IMDB : tt10426916

คะแนน : 6.3

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    This review of Netflix film Simply Black or known as Tout simplement noir contains no spoilers. The comedy was released on the streaming service on March 17, 2021.

    Jean-Pascal Zadi plays himself in Simply Black as an activist attempting to reveal the role of black people in French society. In the opening scenes, he reveals he’s organising a march for black men, and his social media exposure has caused positive and negative publicity. The comedy is angled as politically incorrect, as the camera crew follows Jean-Pascal Zadi like it’s a documentary. The Netflix film is essentially a mockumentary.

     

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    Netflix’s Simply Black reminds me slightly of Hulu’s Wokewhere the character’s introspection overrides his necessity for activism. Everything is through a satirical lens, but the only difference is, there’s more sympathy for Jean-Pascal Zadi than the lead character in the mentioned series; his determination to organise this march while scything through identity complexities of Black French society makes him an ironic meme. There’s plenty of irony in Simply Black as Jean-Pascal Zadi swaths through many difficult conversations.

     

    The film works because of Jean-Pascal Zadi’s lack of self-awareness. For example, in one scene, he meets a journalist who is a black woman. He keeps reminding her that she’s a “black journalist”, but she keeps pushing back, reminding the activist of her credentials, and that she’s a “journalist”. With his strong activism running through his veins, he’s unable to reflect on the conversations he’s having. The Netflix film thematically discusses labels, and there’s a lot in the story where black people do not want to be put in a box — again, ironically put in a box, inadvertently by someone who is fighting against it in French society.

    Simply Black is funny throughout; the mockumentary angle works, but every laugh gained comes with a pinch of salt because there’s an element of truth behind each calamity that Jean-Pascal Zadi experiences. This is hardly groundbreaking, but it does continue to raise the subject matter at hand. Jean-Pascal Zadi owns every scene, but the supporting cast, some also playing themselves, gives a space of realism for the story to breathe. All JPZ wants to do is organise a march for black men, and the story unfolds from there.