Films about the persistence of racism resonate with us. “Blood Done Sign My Name” is one such film. It tells the story of how the murder of an African-American Vietnam War veteran ignited civil unrest in the 1970s. The director, Jeb Stuart, talks about the film in an interview with the Daily Bruin.
A reminder of historical racial conflict, Jeb Stuart’s “Blood Done Sign My Name” represents the filmmaker’s return to the silver screen
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