Remember back in the day?
Director Spike Lee does, igniting a battle of the sexes in SCHOOL DAZE, his groundbreaking urban musical-comedy that dares to take a taboo-smashing look at Historical black college life like no film before or since, tackling topics only talked about behind closed doors.
Loaded with enough romance, rivalries, and rituals for a dozen Spring Breaks, SCHOOL DAZE is the jump off with a bangin’ soundtrack (from House-Party Jam E.U.’s “Da Butt” to the late songstress Phyllis Hyman) and riotous antics exploring race, sex, and identity as only Lee can. An eye-opening comedy Roger Ebert calls “one of the most honest and revealing movies I’ve ever seen about modern middle-class black life in America,” this is one oldschool trip that’s still ahead of its time.
Giancarlo Esposito, Laurence Fishburne, Tisha Campbell-Martin