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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Broken Mask (1958)

A young white collegian and a fellow black student struggling for understanding come to realize that living together harmoniously is a two-way street. This film about racial relationships points out that no matter what the color of the skin, God created man to share one blood.


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