The Color of Money is a 1986 American sports drama film directed by Martin Scorsese and released by Touchstone Pictures.The film was created from a screenplay by Richard Price, based on the 1984 novel of the same name by Walter Tevis.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Color_Of_Money
Oct 17, 1986 · Directed by Martin Scorsese. With Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Helen Shaver. Fast Eddie Felson teaches a cocky but immensely talented protégé the ropes of pool hustling, which in turn inspires him to make an unlikely comeback.
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The Color of Money is a 1986 American sports drama film directed by Martin Scorsese and released by Touchstone Pictures.The film was created from a screenplay by Richard Price, based on the 1984 novel of the same name by Walter Tevis.
In the shadow of the original, The Hustler, The Color of Money is not quite in the same league, lacking the dramatic nuance and power of the earlier film. As a sequel, however, it is not without...
One of the more underappreciated of sequels, The Color of Money has texture, snap and fine, weary performances by both Paul Newman and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.
The Color of Money seeks to explain the stubborn persistence of this racial wealth gap by focusing on the generators of wealth in the black community: black banks. With the civil rights movement in full swing, President Nixon promoted “black capitalism,” a plan to support black banks and minority-owned businesses.
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The Color of Money pursues the persistence of this racial wealth gap by focusing on the generators of wealth in the black community: black banks. Studying these institutions over time, Mehrsa Baradaran challenges the myth that black communities could ever accumulate wealth in a segregated economy.
“Fast” Eddie Felson, the protagonist of Tevis's first novel The Hustler, returns in Tevis's last novel, The Color of Money. Eddie is 50 and broke. He's coming off a divorce, the sale of his pool hall, and uncertainty about his future.
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Sep 28, 2020 · The Color of Money: Racism in Finance, presented on Sept. 17, was the fourth installment in the Critical Conversations series sponsored by the office of University of Missouri-Kansas City Chancellor Mauli Agrawal and the UMKC Division of Diversity and Inclusion.
'The Color of Money' deserves to be in the library of anyone who deals with or seriously thinks about income inequality, race, banking, inner cities, etc.
- Mehrsa Baradaran