Talk To Me

Talk To Me
Talk To Me




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Petey Greene was an ex-convict whose hit radio show made him a vital figure in Washington DC's black community during the turbulent 1960s. Don Cheadle, who stars as Greene, has the tough task of playing a man who was funny, outrageous, ground-breaking and could make listeners in their thousands ready to rise up in anger or step back from the brink of rioting. Fortunately, Cheadle is absolutely terrific, and makes this fascinating bit of American history come alive.

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This film has several uses of strong bad language and sex references.

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