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"Do the right thing" by Spike Lee: the conflict between Buggin'Out and Sal

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  2. Sal and Buggin'out
  3. The scene development

The document is a scene taken from the film "Do the right thing" by Spike Lee, released in 1989. This scene takes place in a pizzeria located in Brooklyn. This pizzeria belongs to Sal, an Italian American. Sal has two sons, Pino and Vito, who also work on the pizzeria. The main customer of this restaurant is Buggin'Out, who comes to the pizzeria at least three times a day. The two main protagonists of the scene are Sal and Buggin?out. Buggin?out is a young African American, proud of his origins. He has a lot of admiration for the black personalities who marked history and who struggled for the blacks? right as Nelson Mandela, Malcolm X or Martin Luther King.

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