34) Armond White Movie Review of the film Driving Miss Daisy -1990-
“Bruce Beresford’s genteel, picturesque direction turns Alfred Uhry’s theaterpiece into a
sentimental reverie on racism and classicism as benign social circumstances. The film longs for the period when Black people knew their “correct” place as servants to whites; when Jews didn’t have to think about committing the political sins they abhor in others…Driving Miss Daisy gives the nonthreatening treatment of U.S. race relations that people who hated Do The Right Thing longed for…”
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