Director: Stephen Williams
Year Released: 2022
Rating: 0.5

Smug biopic involving French composer (and fencer) Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) - the "illegitimate" son of a plantation owner and one of his teenage slaves - as he competes with Christoph Gluck (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) to be the director of the Paris Opera, asks married Marie-Josephine de Montalembert (Samara Weaving) to perform in his production and witnesses the downfall of Marie Antoinette (Lucy Boynton).  You can dropkick this into the rank basket of Liberal Guilt movies as virtually every single scene involves slurs and disparaging remarks directed at Bologne, eventually leading up to the child he has with Marie-Josephine killed by her husband Marc René (Marton Csokas) because of the color of its skin.  It's likely he was mistreated this badly in real life (similar to how the Russians abused Alexander Pushkin, who's now justly revered), but the movie's essentially constructed for the audience to boo and hiss the racists and congratulate themselves for being aware that's evil behavior, with the lovely music and the Revolution regarded as secondary components.