SOURCE: New York Times
Director Barry Jenkins struggled with the ethical implications of making entertainment out of the brutal events narrated in Colson Whitehead's novel "Underground Railroad." He discusses how he decided to go ahead with the miniseries adaptation anyway.
The novel follows a young slave named Cora who escapes a Georgia plantation and, in a surreal twist, travels north via a literal underground subway.
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