CODE: BLACK-Unrated/Extended Director's cut

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Released 2008

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Director:
William Lee
Released:
2008
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The "War on Drugs" reaches pivotal point as an outdated government plan to prevent social activists from giving rise to a "Black Messiah" is reworked and put into practice in this urban crime thriller from director William Lee. The illicit drug supply has been poisoned, and it won't be long before drug addicts begin dying. All around the city, drug dealers are being systematically executed, their bodies incinerated in order to cover up evidence of any wrongdoing. It was during the 1960s that the American government first hatched "The King Edward Plan," and now in the year 2007 that controversial course of action is finally set to become standard protocol. The goal of "The King Edward Plan" is to put an end to black market drug trade, bring down the ghettos, and restore "order" across the nation. When all of this has been accomplished, the U.S. government will finally be able to control every aspect of the legal drug trade without interference. Is there any stopping a plan so powerful that reaches to the highest levels of politics and law enforcement? ~In 1973, Black film making legends Sam Greenlee and Ivan Dixon created "the Spook Who sat by the Door", a controversial look at the first Black CIA agent who goes on to lead a revolution against racists within the government. Director William Lee was so taken by this film he used it for inspiration for CODE BLACK. In this version, the government hatches a plot to take out entire segments of the population-and not just black folk-gangsters, lower class urban dwellers, or people deemed "useless" to society.This director's extended cut edition is from the Director's master cut of the film. Contains over 20 extra minutes of never before seen footage.moreless
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