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Lautremont Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-31-05 04:36 PM
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11. I think the implication is that the rednecks who shoot him
are quite happy to "mistake" him for a zombie.

The black guy (the great Ken Foree) in the 1979 Dawn of the Dead is one of only two survivors, and in Day of the Dead, the black guy again is one of the only ones to make it to the end.

From casting the late Duane Jones in the lead role in NOTLD to these more recent films, George Romero has alway been a very progressive filmmaker. We'll see what Land of the Dead is like.
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