Sorry to Bother You: Boots Riley’s satiric look at race and class in America

Sorry to Bother You marks the directorial debut of Boots Riley, frontman for the Oakland political hip-hop collective The Coup. The satiric look at one man’s rise through the telemarketing ranks was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival. Riley spoke with the CBC’s Tashuana Reid about film.

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