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- Daveed Diggs
- Rafael Casal
- Janina Gavankar
- Jasmine Cephas Jones
- Ethan Embry
- Tisha Campbell-Martin
- Utkarsh Ambudkar
- Kevin Carroll
- Nyambi Nyambi
- Jon Chaffin
Did You Know?
- The character Miles is based off of a man who walked across the film set on the first day of shooting.
- The phone number listed on the moving truck has a 415 area code-this area code is limited to San Francisco and Marin County. Oakland's area code is 510.
- Collin: You monsters got me feeling like a monster in my own town!
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This was an intense, funny, and deeply moving look at some of the biggest social issues facing our country today from race to economic disparity and gentrification to gun violence. There are some tropes and plot contrivences that could have been the downfall of the film if the writing, cinematography, and acting hadn't been outstanding. It is the total package - funny, thoughtful, with moments that leave you waiting for the other shoe to drop.
This movie is 100% an absolute masterpiece that left me shaken to my core. It is equally as tense as it is hilarious and socially conscious in its representation and love for the Bay area
The dual portrait that Blindspotting offers is heady and dense and mighty compelling.
As led by Daveed Diggs’ impassioned, tormented performance, Blindspotting is hard to shake, despite its on-the-nose plot points and melodramatic flourishes.
Carlos Lopez Estrada’s debut feature brandishes brash exuberance and stilted storytelling tropes in roughly equal measure, yielding a result that stimulates just as it cheapens itself dramatically.