The film “gone with the wind”, which was removed from service HBO Max because of racism, back into the directory with the academic review of the historical context of the tape. About it reports variety.
The plot is set in 1939 and tells of the Civil war in the United States. Now two scenes are accompanied by videos, one of which Professor movie Jacqueline Stewart explains that the historical period depicted to the audience nostalgic. She also added that because of the law about racial segregation black actress Hattie McDaniel had to sit apart from colleagues during the Oscars.
In the second video the audience will enjoy an hour long film festival TCM Classic 2019, a discussion of an extremely complex legacy of the film. It is noted that viewing paintings can be uncomfortable and even painful.
As previously reported, after the ban on the HBO film “gone with the wind” became the sales leader Amazon.