How did this happen? Did Spike Lee cut a deal with HBO to have his film “When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts” available on YouTube? Or did some intrepid fan illegally post the entire 4-hour documentary, risking prosecution and arrest? Daily Reel contributor Ajit Anthony Prem has posted a story, which includes links to the entire film on YouTube, broken down into 26 ten-minute parts (along with some other Lee-made gems). If this doesn’t violate copyright law, I don’t know what does. Check it out now, before it vanishes with the expediency of a cease-and-desist letter.
Complete 4-hour “When the Levees Broke” on YouTube
Complete 4-hour "When the Levees Broke" on YouTube
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