Why watch this film?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe explores the first black superhero from comics in a purposeful version, with a majority cast made up of African-descendants (in addition to the director, Ryan Coogler) and characters that value the origins of African culture in the United States (and why not, in Brazil). One of the great moves is that Wakanda, the isolated country of the hero, was not a victim of European colonization, being able to flourish without being the target of external interests. The movie debates two views of the world, proposing a third way: collaboration between peoples. Also note the well-constructed characters and, especially, the strong female cast. No wonder 'Black Panther' broke several box office records and became a landmark for the representation of minorities in cinema.