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Burning Bright

HE TITLE OF ROBERTO MINERVINI’S DOCU-mentary—still undistributed in the U.S.—refers to a 19th-century spiritual, but might as well have been spoken aloud by his resilient Louisiana and Mississippi subjects. looks partly at two young brothers and at steadfast members of the New Black

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