Pam Grier, the diva of nineteen seventies Black action cinema, was known for her style, sass and roles challenging gender, race and class hierarchies.
We are celebrating the 25th anniversary re-release of Jackie Brown alongside Blaxploitation cult classics Coffy and Foxy Brow and special 35mm presentations of Sheba, Baby and Friday Foster at the Ritzy Brixton.
An honourable Louisville businessman, Andy Shayne’s having his arm twisted by hired thugs trying to get him to shut up shop.
They underestimated Mr. Shayne's daughter: the fabulous Sheba (Pam Grier) isn’t going to let anyone hurt her father, nor his business – especially when they disrespect her just because she's a woman. While Sheba looks for the men (and the organisation) supporting the thugs, she finds a sinister motive behind their actions.