The Color Purple: Film
The Color Purple, a book written by Alice Walker, won critical acclaim and praise for the depth of its female characters. The novel focused on Celie, an abused and uneducated black woman who struggled for empowerment. The book grew popular worldwide, and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1983. As a result, a movie (by the same name) was released two years later. The movie received mixed reviews from different audiences. Even with all the positive reviews the movie received, there were many who were angered by the movie's portrayal of black men.
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