#124 - Mudbound (3)
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Henry is suddenly aware that the power dynamic between the two men has, in one sense, changed, because the Jackson family is leaving the farm. They are no longer beholden to the whims of the McAllan family as their employer. There is still the wider, social power dynamic at play, however, which dictates through American racism that Hap Jackson must accommodate Henry.
Jamie takes the opportunity to leave his racist brother and sister-in-law (with whom he had sex), and hands the photograph of Ronsel’s son to Florence as he goes – asking her to pass it to her son when she gets a chance. The film ends with Ronsel a...
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