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To give themselves a premiere acting opportunity, Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs wrote a screenplay that makes ideal use of their individual talents, pairing them in a buddy dramedy that’s rich with location detail found in Oakland, California, soaking the writing in a culture they know from personal experience. The partners also take on heady subjects such as guns, masculinity, and trauma, filling “Blindspotting” with all kinds of nervous energy that permits vivid performances. As a screenwriting debut, it’s an impressive accomplishment, taking on the big subjects of the day from a fresh, honest perspective, all the while retaining personality required to manage potentially suffocating situations. “Blindspotting” is sharp, surprisingly funny, and smart about the ways of the modern world, with Casal and Diggs carrying the picture with thrilling ease, delivering vulnerable work to best support their perceptive scripting debut. Read the rest at 


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