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ByGlenn Dunks

The streets of New Orleans are the setting forUS-based Italian-bornRoberto Minervini's latest examination of the American south.If nothing else,his newest documentary sports the year's best title.It's a title that asks a question that many of us have probably asked ourselves,from seats of privilege.

The title actually comes from a slave-era spiritual,which only further highlights the tragic ways that African Americans have been inflicted by the force of racism across all of its forms for centuries.The contemporary age of Trump is sadly not unique and so there is a particular irony to be found in the answer to the titular question.For many the answer is whatever they need to do to get by.Whether that be protest,go to work,trawl the streets for teenage kicks,or rehearse for Mardi Gras.For most without the agency of privilege,when the world is on fire it's just a struggle to not get burnt...

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