There are a few movies about the Ku Klux Klan that made an impact on the audience.

Here are some of them which hopefully, you can buy them in your nearest movie store:


– With BlacKkKlansman – I infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan, Spike Lee signs a polar ranked by some in the top of the crime movies 2018, and crowned by the Grand Prix at Cannes 2018. The Director of Nola Darling didn’t in fact that to her head (She’s gotta have it), the 25th hour or Miracle at Santa Anna, directs here John David Washington, son of Denzel Washington and actor in Ballers, and Adam Driver (Kylo Ren in Star Wars: the last Jedi) also seen in the man who killed Don Quixote) in a mission to infiltrate the racist middle and white supremacist. Inspired by the testimony written by Ron Stallworth, BlacKkKlansman is a re-enactment of real history in polar form, with a side comedy also.

O’ Brother

– Ulysses Everett McGill, Delmar and Pete are three American prisoners, who work on the railways during the Great Depression. One day, the three accomplices, tied together, manage to escape. Ulysses then drives his friends in a delirious adventure full of pitfalls and punctuated by more or less pleasant encounters. Pursued by a formidable Sheriff, they try to keep their freedom costs, even to become a group of singers to success. Irresistible and crazy of the Coen Brothers Comedy, O’Brothers is a roadmovie shifted, action and country music.

The right to kill?

Mississippi burning

Right hand of the Devil (the)

Seasons of the heart

Man of the clan (the)

Come the night