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The movie focuses on a young black man named Odin who is convinced by a conniving best friend, Hugo that his girlfriend is cheating on him. This Dixie Jago schemes to bring down a black Othello and his Cassio, playing into the poisonous power of jealousy, however badly this also hurts their loved ones and the whole team.
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Variety
This transferral of the tragedy of the Moor to a contempo American high school is something that never should have gone further than a class assignment to see if it could be made to work.
March 25, 2008
Film4
The presence of old lags Martin Sheen and John Heard just beggars belief. What were they thinking?
July 06, 2008
New York Magazine/Vulture
It's a doomy dirge of a movie, in which the protagonists, or at least the actors who play them, aren't equipped to handle their outsize passions.
September 07, 2001
TIME Magazine
On your already groaning Shakespeare for Teens video shelf, stack this one above 10 Things I Hate About You ... and quite a bit below Romeo + Juliet.
September 17, 2001
Newsweek
This arty melodrama is not likely to make teenage America get down with Shakespeare.
March 31, 2008
New York Observer
In the end, the Shakespearean ideas collapse on film because of the youthful callowness of the characters.
September 28, 2001