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Busten' Loose

This is one of those films that should not be, but actually is cleanly insinuated with my childhood, thanks to the invention and premiere of The Movie Channel. And of course being a child when I saw it, introduced me to the world of the psychological issues for my age group, and how adults handle them. And despite its odd trek into screwball comedy in order to counter effect the serious base story line, (including of course getting out from under the clutches of the KKK, by pretending all the children of different races were blind, LOL to the point of abject harsh sarcasm)
it is a very tender and warm film, which has a deliciously characteristic ending, and makes poignant points about our society all the way through it. It is a very satisfying example of the work of Richard Pryor. GRHS.
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