Opinion | We’re stuck in a loop of death until we address policing. This Netflix short showcases that.

That’s the premise of an Oscar-nominated Netflix short titled, “Two Distant Strangers.” The film, written by actor and comedian Travon Free, centers around Carter James, a smart and witty Black urban hipster repeatedly reliving the same day as he wakes up in bliss, then reluctantly leaves his new sweetheart to head home to feed his dog. Or at least, he tries to head home. In the course of the 32-minute film, he keeps meeting the same menacing White cop who always assumes he must be…

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