SUPER FLY (1972): The landmark 70s existential crime film



Episode 8: Tom, Evan & Marcus dig into the artistry and the extremely talent crew behind Gordon Parks Jr.’s landmark ’70s existential crime film “Super Fly” which begins at 08:54.

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Chapters:
00:00 Introduction
01:09 – Overtime on “Overnight” (2003)
04:56 – Overtime on “Phantasm” (1979), letter from Roberto A. Quezada
08:41 – One Fucking Hour on “Super Fly” (1972)

Special Thanks to Rémy Bennett for additional research.

References used for this episode –
“Tryin’ To Get Over: Super Fly, Black Politics, and Post–Civil Rights Film Enterprise:
MOMA: Gordon Parks and “The Atmosphere of Crime”:

2021 interview with Troy Duffy:

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