Carmen Jones


Caught between two men, Carmen Jones (Dorothy Dandridge) is a sexually liberated woman who is the ultimate femme fatale.


As James Bladwin said in his 1955 article on the film, "Carmen Jones is one of the first and most explicit—and far and away the most self-conscious—weddings of sex and color which Hollywood has yet turned out." With Harry Belafonte, Pearl Bailey, Diahann Caroll, and Alvin Ailey. 


Director: Otto Preminger
Year: 1954
Genre: Musical
Type: Feature

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FhAAgp-VOU






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