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Shot in 1963—during the tumultuous summer of Medgar Evers’ assassination, George Wallace’s stand at the schoolhouse door at the University of Alabama, and the March on Washington—Nothing But a Man follows Duff Anderson, a black railroad worker who marries a preacher’s daughter (jazz legend Abbey Lincoln). But his growing radicalism begins to threaten his relationships with those around him. According to film historian Donald Bogle: “No other American film has yet treated a black male/female relationship with as much sensitivity.”