Drop Squad (sometimes spelled as DROP Squad or D.R.O.P. Squad) is an American film released in 1994. The film depicts a team of African Americans who kidnap fellow black people whom they feel have betrayed their community and seek to "deprogram" them so that they will change their ways. In the film, the squad's acronym DROP stands for "Deprogramming and Restoration of Pride". The film has been described as "[p]art thriller, part social satire".
The film was based in part on The Session, a 45-minute film which director David Johnson had made in 1988 on a budget of $20,000, and ultimately derived from a short story by David C. Taylor titled "The Deprogrammer". Johnson described the differences between the two films as follows: "The short film was basically satire, an absurdist piece .... D.R.O.P. Squad, on the other hand, is realism. The characters have more at stake."
Spike Lee served as executive producer for the film.
|Regie:||David C. Johnson|
|Drehbuch:||David C. Johnson|
|Darsteller:||Eriq La Salle|
|Vanessa Lynn Williams|
|Vanessa Estelle Williams|
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