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‘Black or White’ examines how to bypass race to make alliances

In the age of Obama, it would be fair to assume that America has evolved into a true post-racial society. Sadly, that’s not the case, as color is still one of the first things seen and used to judge people. The Kevin Costner-led Black or White adeptly brings this harsh reality to light.

As the fight for custody over a biracial child brews in the courtroom, the dueling grandparents — expertly played by Costner and Academy Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer — fight their own demons, both personal and familial.

While the tears may flow by the film’s conclusion, the heart is sure to smile at the poignancy of this Mike Binder-penned script.

Black or White is now available on DVD. Special features include:

·         Shades of Gray: The Making of Black or White

·         Kevin Costner Featurette (Blu-ray only)

·         Family First Featurette (Blu-ray only) 

·         Theatrical Trailer

·         Digital HD (Blu-ray only)

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