Try Again is an Interactive Film Made to See Through the Lenses of Young Black Men
Huge thanks to Ian for bringing this interactive film to our attention! Ian writes:
A friend of mine (Frantzy Moreau) made this choose your own adventure youtube movie. It’s good and I think it’s a nice way of using technology in a new way to show how race in America affects choices people make and how the lead (an black male) has very few options or choices that come to a good ending.
I’m happy to present to you all ‘TRY AGAIN’
The interactive film made to see through the lenses of young black men and shed light on certain black experiences.
Shot to take on the viewpoint from a body cam but from the opposite perspective.
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