Deconstructing Karen is a 2022 documentary film directed and co-written by Patty Ivins Specht, Rit Saraswat, and Elisa Bonora.
The movie stars Regina Jackson and Saira Rao as the originator of RACE2DINNER, a movement that inspires a group of white ladies to fight against the racism in their own workplace while busting white supremacy.
Even though, the topics sound familiar but still there are people that don’t want to learn about that kind of things. This is second documentary that is tackling sensitive issues, first one was What is a Woman by Matt Welsh.
Is Deconstructing Karen on Netflix?
Nope, the documentary film is not yet streaming on Netflix and isn’t expected to release on the streaming giant in the future because it’s an independent production whose distribution rights aren’t owned by Netflix.
However, there are other racism documentaries that you can watch on Netflix like Two Distant Strangers, Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, Strong Island, America Son, Loving, Coded Bias, Becoming, Cops and Robbers, and Rodney King.
Does Amazon have Deconstructing Karen documentary?
Amazon Prime subscribers will not be able to watch this reality based film because it isn’t included in the regular Prime Video subscription.
Neither the movie is covered in the Prime Video subscription nor it is available in the VOD section where you can rent or purchase it at some additional price.
You can watch Whose Streets, I am Not Your Negro, A Crime on the Bayou, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, White Savior: Racism in the America Church, The Uncomfortable Truth, etc. on Amazon Prime.
Where can you watch Deconstructing Karen?
The movie premiered on Canadian Broadcasting Network(CBC) on 30 Sep 2022 and will be released on 9 October 2022 on the official website of the film inside the United States.
It might become available on some streaming network as Netflix, HULU, or HBO MAX in the near future but as of now, there is no information available regarding its release on OTT.
The docufilm follows a dinner hosted by Regina Jackson as a Black woman and Saira Rao as an Indian-American who started a program in 2019 to help women in confronting the underlying racism against and overcoming white supremacy.
Rao shared an experience in which a Black Lyft driver asked her to put her hands up and avoid frustrating the police in case if cops stop them. Some guests were shocked while some find it normal and same goes with the reviews.
Many people are hating the Deconstructing Karen documentary because of its sharp views and sensitive discussion that is exposing white supremacy in America.
Even though, most of the white people have become good today, the movie still ignores them and focus only on the ones that are putting America down. This might be the reason behind those bad reviews but we should accept them as well and embrace the good ones.