Lakeith Stanfield

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“Sorry to Bother You” is an absurdist dark comedy set in Oakland. The lead character is a black guy named Cash, who’s down on his luck. He gets a job as a telemarketer.

Lakeith Stanfield, from ‘Atlanta’ to ‘Sorry to Bother You’

“Sorry to Bother You” is an absurdist dark comedy set in Oakland. The lead character is a black guy named Cash, who’s down on his luck. He gets a job as a telemarketer.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“Sorry to Bother You” is a surreal comedy set in the near future in Oakland.

Lakeith Stanfield on 'Sorry to Bother You'

“Sorry to Bother You” is a surreal comedy set in the near future in Oakland.

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When people are freed from wrongful convictions, it’s often because of DNA evidence.

In ‘Crown Heights,’ a man works to exonerate his friend

When people are freed from wrongful convictions, it’s often because of DNA evidence.

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