The Burial of Kojo

The Burial of Kojo

As critics, how each of us sees a particular movie is more often than not a reflection of who each of us are, refracted through the lenses we have build for ourselves over the course of our travels through life. How I, a white male in his mid 50s from Los Angeles, might see a movie like the new film “The Burial of Kojo” will likely be much different from a critic from the Northeast or the South, and we might see a movie differently from a critic from Africa. “Kojo” might not be the type of feature someone like me would seek out, because it’s so far out of how we normally see things.

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