That Scared street The horror film trilogy is now fully streamed on Netflix. Darrell Britt-Gibson plays an important role in the third part as Martin, who helps the main actors to overcome the evil curse of the city once and for all. However, in Martin’s story arc, he is also harassed by local police and viewers see evidence being laid against him, reminiscent of real social issues in the fictional series.

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“It’s very important to be able to talk about such topics,” Britt-Gibson told ComingSoon when she asked about the meaning of. was asked Scared street shows real social problems. “What Martin is in the film. I mean, if you just watch the movie, he’s that black guy in this little town that the sheriff’s messing with. There’s a line through America and American history that you can see by that there are many Martins out there. So I think it’s very important. As a friend of mine said, you put the pill in the applesauce in the sense of like, you can talk about things like that in a genre piece, but you can also really show people who like, yes, that’s a problem. I know a lot of people, when they see Martin coping with it, they’ll say, ‘Yes, that’s my reality.’ It is therefore incredibly important to be able to talk about such topics and not sweep them under the rug. “

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Britt-Gibson can be seen in Fear Street Part 1: 1994 and Fear Street Part Three: 1666. Both films are now streamed on Netflix.