Netflix Documentary Review Bill Russell Legend: DH Moons Movie Critic

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The documentary has too much propaganda and unconcealed self-promotion. Like much of his basketball career, Bill Russell saved a less than average documentary, fill with too many less than relevant people, giving meaningless interviews. It would have a far better documentary without the shameless self-promotions from Nike, NBA, WNBA, with the normal roster of charlatans.

Recommended: warning for shameless propaganda

The compelling and controversial subject of America’s struggle with African Manhood proved beyond the intellect of Executive Producers Ross Greenburg, Chris Rosenzweig, along with Producers Martha Spanninger and Reuben Atlas. Rather than a masterpiece, the writers painted a mustache on the Mona Lisa.
The documentary has too much propaganda and unconcealed self-promotion. Like much of his basketball career, Bill Russell saved a less than average documentary, fill with too many less than relevant people, giving meaningless interviews. It would have a far better documentary without the shameless self-promotions from Nike, NBA, WNBA, with the normal roster of charlatans.
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