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Rated NR · 97 minutes · 2008

As late as 2007 when this mightily ironic documentary was made, the “separate-but-almost-equal” back and white societies of Mobile, Alabama were reflected in the city’s two Mardi Gras celebrations — the oldest in the US. Leading the expedition into the world of white men with masks, the black king who adopted a Juan Perón costume, and what one observer calls “the last stronghold of segregation” is director Margaret Brown (Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt). Opinion: The black Mardi Gras has better music. Fact: The last known lynching in Mobile was in 1981 (80 min.).
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Director: Margaret Brown
Writer: Margaret Brown
Producer: Sara Alize Cross


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