Spike Lee's new movie, about a neighborhood's response to the murder of a black man, climaxes in a violent ending that many believe sends an ambiguous message about race relations in the U.S. Lee disagrees, and tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross that the movie's intent is clear.
Costume designer Ruth E. Carter, who won an Oscar for best costume designer for the film Black Panther was just nominated for its sequel, Wakanda Forever, talks about her 30 year career in film and tv that started with Spike Lee. Carter was responsible for the clothing aesthetic of many of his early films including Do The Right Thing and Malcolm X.
Oldboy, the director's remake of a 2003 film of the same name, follows a man who's held captive for 20 years — and out for revenge after his release. Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen and Samuel L. Jackson star.