Streaming: Soderbergh’s slam-dunk take on racism in US sport
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Shot on iPhone, Steven Soderbergh’s sharp new film about racism in American basketball confirms him as the quintessential Netflix auteur

It’s 30 years since Steven Soderbergh unveiled his debut film, Sex, Lies, and Videotape, at Sundance, going on to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes and changing the tone of American independent cinema in the process. To this day, a large clutch of the offbeat indies unveiled at Sundance owe something to that film’s scratchy, scrappy, on-a-shoestring confessional...

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