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Synopsis/Plot

A novelist fed up with the establishment profiting from “Black” entertainment uses a pen name to write a book that propels him into the heart of hypocrisy and the madness he claims to disdain.

Information:-

Title: American Fiction
Ratings: 7.2
Year: 2023
Popularity: 174.842
Duration: 1 hours 57 minutes
Release Date: 2023-11-10
Language: Dual Audio – Hindi-English
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Quality: WEB-DL – 480p | 720p | 1080p
Size: 480p MB | 720p MB
Status: Released
Genres: Comedy | Drama
Star Casts: Jeffrey Wright, Tracee Ellis Ross, John Ortiz, Erika Alexander, Leslie Uggams, Adam Brody
Revenue: 15,400,000 USD
Budget: 16,000,000 USD
Directors: Cord Jefferson
Writers: Cord Jefferson
Companies: MRC | T-Street | 3 Arts Entertainment | Orion Pictures
Countries: United States of America
Source: TMDB | IMDB

Tags: boston, massachusetts, writing, race politics, satire, alzheimer’s disease, death of father, dysfunctional family, pseudonym, family drama, death of sister, lgbt, racial stereotype, dramedy, publishing, mother son relationship, brother sister relationship, race relations, brother brother relationship, male protagonist, black stories, literary festival, vernacular

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Reviews:

Author: Brent_Marchant
It’s frustrating to watch a much-anticipated movie that doesn’t quite live up to expectations. Such is the case with writer-director Cord Jefferson’s debut feature. The problem here is that the film tries to tell two stories in one picture, one that it does brilliantly and one that could use some serious trimming, because the inclusion of its segments interrupts the flow every time it comes up during the course of the narrative. This tale of a talented but commercially unsuccessful African-American author (Jeffrey Wright) laments the success of a younger peer (Issa Rae) who writes a best-selling “Black” book that he sees as little more than market-pandering rubbish. However, in response, when he does the same under a pseudonym as a means of protest, he becomes an overnight sensation for all of the artistic and readership considerations that he personally despises. He now has to ask himself how can live with that kind of success, especially when the title becomes a runaway juggernaut. As he struggles with this, he’s also faced with a family drama with the death of a relative, managing the future of care for his Alzheimer’s-afflicted mother (Leslie Uggams) and a ne’er-do-well, self-centered sibling who’s reluctant to help out (Sterling K. Brown). Unfortunately, the domestic story thread is overlong and tends to bog down the satirical social commentary/personal integrity aspects of the picture, which are really strong enough to stand on their own and should have been given wider play (fault the screenplay here). Despite its shortcomings, however, “American Fiction” definitely deserves kudos for the performances of its ensemble cast, especially Wright, who turns in his best work here and has garnered a number of awards season nominations already, with more undoubtedly to come. In all, though, this feels like an offering that’s half-baked for what it serves up, which is regrettable, given that, with some shoring up in the writing, this easily could have become a modern screen classic.

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