BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee’s award-winning film with Adam Driver, is now streaming on Netflix in the November 2021 catalog for all users!
BlacKkKlansman lands today in streaming its Netflix in the catalog of November 2021 and will make all fans of Spike Lee happy, with his latest film that won the Oscar for Best Non-Original Screenplay!
The film, set in the 1970s, tells the true story of an African American detective who infiltrated a branch of the Ku Kluk Klan operating in Colorado Springs, becoming its leader. Ron Stallworth in fact established a bond with the leader of the group, David Duke (Topher Grace), through a few phone calls, while in person it was Flip Zimmerman who faced the undercover mission.
Starring actors Adam Driver and John David Washington. BlacKkKlansman was nominated for 6 Oscars in 2019, including Best Soundtrack, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Driver), Best Editing and Best Non-Original Screenplay, an award won by popular acclaim. The real Ron Stallworth had always envisioned Denzel Washington to play his role, but was ecstatic when he discovered that his son John David had been cast for his character.
BlacKkKlansman is just the latest of many novelties in the catalog in November 2021 on Netflix, which again this month has made available to users new awaited TV series, memorable sagas and great cult.