Malcolm's Echo: The Legacy of Malcolm X

Synopsis: Malcolm's Echo lifts Malcolm X off the pages of history and places his legacy firmly in our consciousness.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Dami Akinnusi
Year:
2008
84 min
5 Views


[eerie instrumental music]

[labored breathing]

[clicking noise]

- Listen.

Listen.

Do you hear it?

Go away.

You all have to go away.

[gasping breaths]

[strange scraping noises]

No!

[footsteps pounding]

[locks clicking]

It's not in my head.

Bobby.

Bobby, where are you?

Bobby.

Bobby, why aren't you here?

It's happening again.

Shh, shh.

[whimpering]

They're after me.

I'm not crazy.

I'm not crazy.

You hear them, don't you?

[labored breathing]

No.

No!

[sobbing and screaming]

[pounding noises]

[gagging]

[keys jangling]

buzz!

[mechanical whirring]

- Well, they're hiring

non-unions

down at sanitation,

if you're interested.

- There's nothing

in transportation?

- Not at the moment.

Do you have any other

job skills?

- Good mechanic.

- Got a lot of mechanics waiting

for work already.

All right, now what time will l

expect you to call me tonight?

- About what?

- Well, it says here you got

a board release.

Do you understand

what that means?

- I've never done this before.

- It means parole

on a short leash.

So you call

in the next 24 hours

and let me know

where you're parking

yourself tonight.

- I'm staying at my mother's.

- All right.

You come in every Tuesday

for the next six months.

Now, this is important,

because you miss one,

you're in violation.

Does your mother know

you're staying with her?

- No.

- Well, don't you think

you should call and tell her?

- She died while I was inside.

- I'm sorry to hear that.

Do you have any other family?

Call him in the morning.

He may have work.

Not a lot of employers

want to hire people

in your situation.

[horn honking]

[men talking indistinctly]

buzz!

- Need something?

- Helen Reynolds' son.

I left you that message.

- Oh, yeah, yeah.

Of course, 519.

Wait here.

- I don't know where I'm going.

- Elevator to five.

Had to go in to change

the locks, you know?

- How come?

- Well, the police had to break

the door open,

you know, when they found her.

I didn't charge you for it,

though.

- Thanks.

- [muttering in Russian]

- Going up?

- [muttering in Russian]

[door creaks]

[metal scrapes]

[high-pitched discordant

piano music]

[sighs]

[muffled voices]

- [sighs]

[sweet piano music]

[thumping and scraping]

Ow!

Damn it.

- What do you mean,

what do I mean?

Where were you?

- I was just here

inside the house.

- You were just here inside

of the house.

Now, how come I saw you

out by that door?

What are you doing at that door?

You weren't there?

What, am I seeing things?

- I really don't understand.

What happened here?

[mumbling]

[door slams]

Oh, there's another story again.

- No, it's not a story.

She wanted to play.

- She can play inside

the apartment.

Why do you have to play with her

out in the hallway?

[record skips]

[muffled voices]

[people chattering]

- I'll be right with you.

- What do you guys want?

- Tell me what's good here.

- Listen.

Hey.

- Can you excuse me?

Hi.

When did you get back?

- A couple days.

- Are you here for good?

- I hope so.

- I'm sorry about your mom.

I heard what happened.

- Yeah, it's...

You look great.

- No, no, I don't.

You don't have to say that.

- Maybe a cup of coffee

or something later?

- I can't.

I have finals.

- School?

You're going to school?

- Yep.

- That's amazing.

- I have to design

an entire line by next week.

It's...

everything's really different

for me now.

- Yeah, maybe another time.

Maybe this weekend, maybe-

- I'm working doubles

and school,

and, look,

I have zero free time.

I don't think it's a good idea.

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