Hollywood actor 43 years old Chadwick Boseman, who died of colon cancer in August this year, released his last film “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” in select US cinemas before Netflix.
The trailer for "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom" was released last month, without hinting at a theatrical release, but was set to hit Netflix on December 18. However, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom was released in select US cinemas even before it was released on Netflix, and Chadwick Boseman's performance in the film is being highly praised.
The Associated Press (AP) said in a commentary on 'Ma Rainy, Black Bottom' that watching the film refreshed the memories of Chadwick Boseman's brilliant performance, but in the last film he played a slightly different role than the rest of the films. Paid
Due to some bold scenes in the film, it was given an R-rated certificate - screenshot
In Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Chadwick Boseman plays a pianist member of a black musical band and his performances are well received. The story of 'Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom' revolves around the musical career of the famous African-American singer Ma Rainey. Ma Renee was born in 1885 in the American state of Georgia to a black family of African descent, whose ancestors were brought to the United States as slaves.
The film's main story revolves around the exploitation of black people born into slave families in the United States in the 19th century, but the film depicts mostly exploited, musicians. The story of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom dates back to the 1920s when blues music was gaining ground in the United States.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom also features blues music singer Ma Renee and her black band, who have been exploited on the basis of gender and color. In 'Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom', Chadwick Boseman plays a pianist member of the singer Ma Rainey, who aspires to set up his own music record company in the United States in the future.
According to the AP, the extremely bold language was used in the film, while 'Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom' was issued a 'Restricted Certificate' for showing ill-treatment and violence against black people in the film. 'R-Certificate' is issued to films that show violence and pornography.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom also shows the sexual, physical, and emotional exploitation of black people in the United States.