Without Prejudice is the story of famed 19th-century Russian explorer/scientist Nikolai Miklukho-Maclay. While on an expedition to New Guinea, the protagonists gains a new understanding for, an appreciation of, the so-called primitive natives. Several black American actors living in the Soviet Union play important roles, notably Robert Robinson and Wayland Rodd. The film's title was obviously designed as a remonstration against racial inequities in the United States (though Russia certainly wasn't the most egalitarian country on earth!) The acting and directing are okay, but the cinematography is surprisingly shoddy.
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