This made-for-cable omnibus features three stories focusing on the African-American and Hispanic experience. Occasionally funny but never as shockingly provocative as the creators intend, these mini-movies confuse soapboxing with sincerity and spew out a portrait of white people that
compares with John Ford and C.B. De Mille's depiction of Native Americans.
In "Space Traders," a sagging US economy is given a potential boost when extra-terrestrial aliens offer a deal: unlimited wealth and resources in exchange for all the Black populace which they value for the melanin content in their skin. As the sole colored power broker in the presidential
cabinet, Gleason G...