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Where Are All of the Black People in ‘Lupin’?

Netflix’s newest bingeable heist series plays with race, but insists on doing so in a lily-white version of Paris.

Photos: Emmanuel Guimier/Netflix

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Tirhakah Love

Tirhakah Love

African from Texas• Staff Writer at LEVEL • Black politics, Celebrity interviews, TV & Film Criticism • Previously: MTV News, San Francisco Chronicle

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