Perhaps the saddest chapter in the film is what happens once the footage is smuggled out–though after covering this subject for a while, I can’t say that it surprises me.
Broadway expects outrage from the public when it sees the footage. Not a chance. A local network affiliate airs some of it without result. Oprah Winfrey never responds to a request to air it. Broadway’s mother tries to sell DVDs of the footage on the streets. She sells 32.
Here, in the trailer, are a few shots from An Omar Broadway Film: