‘Sorry to Bother You:’ a very clever, funny look at the world we live in

Boots Riley’s life has always been steeped in politics. Even from a young age, born into a family of social justice campaigners and witnessing first-hand the government’s neglectful treatment of African Americans, the adolescent Riley went on to join several radical leftist groups such as the Progressive Labor Party. It is no surprise then that his debut feature, ‘Sorry to Bother You’, gives a very firm two fingers to the establishment, aided by a truly bizarre, lucid style.

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