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Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story is a documentary movie that was released in 2012. The movie focused on Booker Wright, an African-American waiter who worked in a whites-only restaurant in the 1960s. Shortly after the law changed for African-Americans in the South, NBC TV made a documentary short about racism in the South. Wright, at the time, was working as a waiter and he openly express how he was treated by the customers and life living in the South. After the broadcast aired, this gave him an opportunity to open his own restaurant, but life wasn't the same for Wright. The documentary shows how hard life was for an African-American in the South during the Civil Rights era. Though he expressed how the conditions were, he had the guts to make a point. Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story is one movie that really tells a story.

Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story is an Documentary movie that was released in 2012 and has a run time of 1 hr 31 min. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.9 and a MetaScore of 78.

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| 2012 | 1 hr 31 min | 7.9/10 | 78/100
Cast
Hodding Carter III, Frank De Felitta, Yvette Johnson, Leroy Jones
Studio
Eyepatch Productions
Director
Raymond De Felitta
Produced By
David Zellerford, Yvette Johnson (co-producer), Steven C. Beer (executive producer), Lynn Roer (executive producer)
Language
English
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