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Henry Belafonte portrays a wealthy African-American who is partly responsible for Travolta's job loss. Travolta tracks him down and threatens him with a gun, demanding that Belafonte pay up the money Travolta lost because of him. Unfortunately, they arrive at the bank a few minutes too late, so Travolta has to hold Belafonte hostage until Monday.
However, things go awry, and the ending is rather tragic - and surprising. (Don't worry, I'm not going to give it away.) At times this film is also quite humorous, too. And the concept was quite interesting. White Man's Burden is certainly a unique film.