Spike Lee is one of the most acclaimed and controversial directors of all time. Now five of his most provocative, thought-provoking films are available in one collection. From the breakout hit dramedy DO THE RIGHT THING to the gritty, urban CLOCKERS, Lee peels away life's layers, exposing the ironies, brutalities, rhythms and prejudices of the naked city in this powerful collector's set.
The set also includes CROOKLYN, Spike Lee's semiautobiographical 1994 film about the good and bad times for a Brooklyn family in the '70s starring Delroy Lindo and Alfre Woodard and MO' BETTER BLUES, the story of a young trumpeter's rise to jazz-world stardom starring Denzel Washington. JUNGLE FEVER IS Spike Lee's 1991 story about an interracial relationship and its consequences on the lives and communities of a couple (Wesley Snipes and Annabella Sciorra). CLOCKERS is a 1995 crime drama about a young, ambitious "clocker"--or drug dealer--who works the streets of his New York housing project. Stars Delroy Lindo, Harvey Keitel, and John Turturro. DO THE RIGHT THING is Spike Lee's incendiary look at race relations in America, circa 1989 starring Samuel L. Jackson, Danny Aiello and John Turturro. Universal Studios (2006), English, DVD Number of discs: 3, Rated: R (Restricted), Run Time: 627 minutes.