Nate Parker's film The Birth Of A Nation hit theaters last weekend and the box office numbers were less than great.
The people who didn't go support The Birth of A Nation because of Nate Parker's past are the same ones who want an insincere apology from Nate, rather than the real remorse and regret he feels.
Parker said, "All I know is the film exists. You can kill the messenger, you can come for me, it’s alright."
Nate Parker sat down with Anderson Cooper in a prelude to this Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes to discuss the controversy surrounding his alleged rape case in 1999.
Nate Parker and his Birth of a Nation film have some supporters, but many are having a hard time backing the movie after his 1999 rape case was dug up.
https://twitter.com/BBCWorld/status/774494206480048128 Nate Parker’s new film is getting such good feedback it may be able to overcome the controversy surrounding its creator. The Nat Turner biopic Birth Of A Nation got a standing ovation at the Toronto Film Festival Friday. According to the BBC, the audience was enthralled by Parker’s film. Speaking after the film, Parker said: “I […]