I was hesitate about watching at first especially cause it was an indie time piece that indies can't afford to get it right. Well I'm glad I watched it cause they got this time piece right. Set designs was very good. Acting good and the story line was good. It has a surprise ending too. A good watch
Brown Paper Bag (2020) 1080p YIFY Movie
Brown Paper Bag (2020) 1080p
Brown Paper Bag is a movie starring Ashley Akins, Michael Anthony Jr., and Vivia E. Armstrong. The year is 1942, and Archie Glass Is trying to get into Hollywood. His chance comes as he is offered a job: Find a young white movie...
IMDB: 1.21 Likes
- Genre: Drama |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.79G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 93
- IMDB Rating: 1.2/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1
The Synopsis for Brown Paper Bag (2020) 1080p
The year is 1942, and Archie Glass Is trying to get into Hollywood. His chance comes as he is offered a job: Find a young white movie star before the press reports that she is missing and he will have a shot at his Hollywood dream. Thus begins a journey into a Los Angeles you have never seen before, the actors who play the maids, the busboys, the background actors in jungle films, all spring into the foreground in this dramatic noir about a man willing to do anything to make his dream come true. Archie searches the back alley of Hollywood and discovers more lies than truth. Ultimately he finds the woman he is looking for and the dark reality of being a black man in tinsel town.
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The Reviews for Brown Paper Bag (2020) 1080p
A time piece that's worth the watchReviewed byGoingpro12Vote: 9/10
A movie that pays tribute to old Hollywood and the struggle to make it.
I remember reading about blackface in history class years ago, but never considered the era that followed - the first black actors in films. Brown Paper Bag is an indie set in that time period, bundled in a noir style actor-turned-detector. I'd highly recommend this film interested in a look back at this historical point in black film-making history.