|Directed by||Mario Van Peebles|
|Produced by||Charlie Poe|
|Written by||Morgan Simpson
|Starring||Michael Clarke Duncan
|Distributed by||Freestyle Releasing|
In Tennessee, Bailey, a debt-straddled blues guitarist, is escorted across the state by a man named Augy so that he can collect his recently deceased grandfather's estate.
- Michael Clarke Duncan as Augy
- Morgan Simpson as Bailey
- Luke Perry as Boyd
- Tom Skerritt as Santa
- Taryn Manning as Jackie
- Kiele Sanchez as Hannah
- Melvin Van Peebles as Elmo
Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, reports that 57% of seven surveyed critics gave the film a positive review; the average rating was 4.5/10. Metacritic rated it 44/100 based on five reviews. Joe Leydon of Variety called it an "emotionally satisfying tale about a young man in need of a mentor and an older fellow in search of forgiveness." Duane Byrge of The Hollywood Reporter called it a "battling-buddy road movie [that] carries viewers on an entertaining ride into blues country." Kimberley Jones of the Austin Chronicle rated it 1/5 stars and called it a mawkish melodrama sunk by Simpson's poor acting.
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- Leydon, Joe (2010-05-10). "Review: 'Black, White and Blues'". Variety. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
- Byrge, Duane (2010-10-20). "Black, White and Blues – Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
- Jones, Kimberley (2011-08-26). "Redemption Road". Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
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