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White Man's Burden

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Set in alternative US in which African-Americans hold the bulk of the country's wealth and power while whites are the downtrodden underclass, the movie revolves around Louis Pinnock, a white worker in a chocolate factory, loving husband and father of two children. But when he loses his job, Pinnock snaps and decides to fight back the only way he knows how.
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Rolling Stone
White Man's Burden spirals into tragedy but never into stirring drama. It stays stuck at the level of noble experiment.
May 12, 2001
eFilmCritic.com
A wierd and ungainly mixture of obvious racial issues and pseudo-action material.
April 03, 2005
Washington Post
It's undeniably fascinating to watch this hypothetical experiment for a while. But White Man's Burden starts to feel like an only-passable Twilight Zone episode stretched into a full-length movie.
January 01, 2000
Movie Eye
The racial message is crystal clear and the concept of turning the tables on oppression is rather interesting. Unfortunately, the movie is never focused or convincingly solid to realize the cynicism in its meandering material. At best, "Burden" is merely
May 24, 2003
TheMovieReport.com
Doesn't go too far beyond the basic set-up.
August 07, 2004
Moviehole
Just when Travolta got his groove back..
September 17, 2002
Washington Post
A ham-fisted, under-imagined dialectic on race relations.
January 01, 2000
New York Times
Were it not for John Travolta's big-hearted portrayal of an unemployed white factory worker driven to commit a desperate act, the movie would be an emotionally frozen exercise in cautious high-mindedness.
May 20, 2003
San Francisco Chronicle
White Man's Burden was worth doing once, if it only to find out it isn't worth doing again.
January 01, 2000
USA Today
Watching this movie is like watching Godfrey Cambridge's racial switcheroo in 1970's Watermelon Man -- without the laughs.
January 01, 2000