Night of Racial Tension

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Night of Racial Tension is Jeff Davis' satirical take on the George Romero's social commentary on the racial politics of the 1960s in his 1968 film Night of the Living Dead. That film was Romero's second attempt at a zombie movie. The 1964 Night of Racial Tension was more blunt in addressing racism, sexism, anti-Semitism, and homophobia than the later Night of the Living Dead. Written and directed by Ryan Nagata, produced by Ryan Nagata and George Edelman; 4 minutes, 55 seconds long.

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