Netflix has released official trailer of upcoming documentary film “Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali” on Thursday, 19 August 2021. Blood Brothers documentary film will be featuring new interviews and footage with family and friends as it will explores the friendship and fallout of Black American history two icons Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali. They define the whole generation to become themselves and bold.
The official synopsis of Blood Brothers tells the extraordinary and ultimately tragic story of friendship between the two black icons of the 20th century. Muhammad Ali, the greatest boxer of all time and Malcolm X, the Nation of Islam and also black American who is most incendiary and charismatic leader. This was the unlikeliest of friendships- the brash Olympic champion who spoke in the verse to the amusement of the white press and the ex-con intellectual who turned revolutionary then railed against the evils of white oppression and dismissed sports as a triviality. But their friendship bond was deep and real.
This documentary film based on novel, Blood Brothers: the fatal friendship between Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. this biographical documentary is produced by Kenya Barris. This film has new interviews of younger brother of Ali and daughter of Malcolm X, there are also some new archives of footage which real the route of three years of friendship and how this friendship eventually fallout. In trailer, we get to see footage of their many rousing and speeches which express their belief.
Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali is set to be premiere on 9 September 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. In trailer we get to see political views and faith brought two men together for Black Freedom in America and explores how their relationship developed and how over time from became friends to going separate ways due to shifting ideals. Check out the trailer of Blood Brother: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali film:-
According to the Netflix this Documentary film has 1hr 35min run time. The novel used in the film were also explores some personal papers of Malcolm X which tell the story of the two black icons which is never seen before.