Spike Lee’s Crooklyn Turns 19 Years Old Today
Legendary filmmaker Spike Lee takes to twitter to celebrated the 19th anniversary of his film Crooklyn.
The film takes place in Brooklyn, New York and the neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant during the summer of 1973. Its primary focus is a young girl, Troy (played by Zelda Harris), and her family. Throughout the film, Troy learns life lessons through her four rowdy brothers, her loving but strict mother (Alfre Woodard), and her naive, struggling father (Delroy Lindo).
A distinctive characteristic of Crooklyn is its soundtrack, composed completely of music from the 1970s, except the hit single “Crooklyn” by the Crooklyn Dodgers, a rap crew composed of Buckshot, Masta Ace and Special Ed. A two-volume release of the soundtrack became available on CD along with the release of the film.
Similarly to School Daze, Do the Right Thing and She’s Gotta Have It, Spike Lee appears in Crooklyn. He plays a bully and drug addict named Snuffy.
Checkout throwback “Crooklyn Dodgers” music video:
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