Goodbye Uncle Tom is an epic recreation of American slave trade atrocities. This 1971 Italian film is based on true events from the American Antebellum period. The filmmakers of this docudrama go back in time, using a helicopter, to conduct interviews and depict scenes during slavery, based upon published documents, public records, rules and regulations regarding the handling of slaves.
Below is the trailer for "Goodbye Uncle Tom," which includes voice over narration explaining details about the film and its history including being banned from US movie theaters. The full movie has been included at the end of this page.
The primary purpose of Court.rchp.com is to provide free self-help legal information and resources to those representing themselves in court. In the article, "Fourteen Examples of Racism in Criminal Justice System," law professor, Bill Quigley, posed the question: Is the US criminal justice system operated to marginalize and control millions of African Americans?
History helps us understand change and how the society we live in came to be – the past causes the present and predicts the future. Slavery ended, but then so did reconstruction which resulted in Jim Crow which disenfranchised millions of newly freed blacks and enforced segregation, denial of civil rights which led to the current conditions of mass incarceration, police brutality and discrimination.
WARNING – Viewer discretion is advised, very graphic movie about slavery: The film which was banned in the United States in 1971 because some claim that it is too accurate to the true horrors of the American South during slavery. Depicts nudity, cruel exploitation, violence and the extremely dehumanizing reality of slavery which is not usually shown by U.S. directors and producers. The truth is not sugar coated and the realities of slavery can be very difficult to watch!
Goodbye Uncle Tom – Full Movie (aka: "Addio Zio Tom" & "Farewell Uncle Tom")