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This has to be one of the best movies I have seen recently, but it's also more than just a movie, an amazing experience.
This film artfully reinstates the importance of sound power, the beauty of the poetic imagination, and even ties in a bit of old Egypt.
I, like many white middle class americans, was blind to the cultural renaissance taking place in the so called 'ghettos' of america.
I had my GED students, many of whom have been involved with the criminal justice system, watch this movie as the culmination of a module on police brutality and the beginning of a... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Hanna
I am impressed with the acting, story and poetry. I consider this a must see movie.Published 1 month ago by Dane
The DVD came in great condition. Still freshly wrapped. Being that it's one of my favorite movies that's what did it for me that it was brand newPublished 9 months ago by joan plasencia
This film is what started the renewed interest in spoken word. Great depiction of the culture, art form, and a glimpse of Washington DC life in the late 90s.Published 9 months ago by Kimberly G.
Thank you for the expeditious service. I am so glad you had this video because no one had this. Cable service nada, Netflix nada! I am a poet. So, I love Saul Williams. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lady Zenobia
SLAM tells the story of an African-American man whose talent for poetry is hampered by his social background. Read morePublished 12 months ago by uni aum Entertainment
Amazing poetry, intense and real feeling situations...this was one of those films that stays with you for days afterward. Read morePublished 12 months ago by KATHRYN A BOVA
i love Saul he is the best i remember seeing slam years ago and i remember how different it was from anything at that time. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lauren Armington
I had thuis one in high school...back when I was first hip to Williams work. I remember really liking this one...somehow the reunion was bittersweet. Read morePublished 18 months ago by EvenChance