Vince: It is complicated. Obviously, I think people telling their own stories have a heft that, oftentimes, gets lost when others try to speak for them but, to paraphrase Maya Angelou-who thought Shakespeare must have been a Black woman to understand her so well-good stories are universal. In a skilled craftperson's hands, I have no problem with white people telling the stories of Black people even though, again, I wish Black artists had more opportunities to tell their own stories. The problem is, and Green Book is a good example, so many white creators don't have the respect of Black culture and Black humanity to do a proper job. And, yes, Jackie Brown is Tarantino's best film...but Django Unchained is the greatest Black cinematic love story of the last two decades. I said what I said.