Few filmmakers have had as profound an impact on popular culture as Spike Lee. With his comic heart and deadpan political stare, he has entertained and challenged filmgoers since 1986 with a rapid succession of popular and critical successes that have portrayed the most serious issues of our time. In Five for Five, essays by Terry McMillan, Toni Cade Bambara, Nelson George, Charles Johnson, Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Melvin Van Peebles and pictures by David Lee critique and celebrate Spike Lee's films from African-American perspectives. And Spike Lee, in an introduction to the book, tells his own story in his own words.
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