Summer of Soul (…Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) is an American documentary film about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival which celebrated African American culture. The film contains archival footage from the festival as well as interviews with artists, festival organisers, festival attendees and public figures.
Thematic content includes references and depictions relating to assassinations, substance abuse, racial discrimination and police brutality.
The film contains verbal references to violence as well as still images depicting men who have been killed with some accompanying blood detail.
The film includes use of the word “damn”.
The film includes references to heroin use and a depiction of a man who appears to be under influence of a narcotic.
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