Samuel L. Jackson’s BBC Documentary Enslaved Getting A DVD Release


When it comes to Hollywood legend Samuel L. Jackson we automatically think about those Marvel films and purveyor of a certain trademark swearword. Many people don’t know he’s also a human rights activist and last year he made Enslaved an extraordinarily moving documentary series.

The series takes us on a powerful and personal journey revealing stories of suffering, cultures left behind and history of transatlantic slave trade.

It’s available to own on DVD as well as Digital from April. Here’s a look at the series Trailer…

In this extraordinarily moving series, Hollywood legend and human rights activist Samuel L. Jackson takes us on a powerful and personal journey.

Exploring four centuries of slavery, Jackson travels the globe to reveal stories of suffering and greed, resistance, cultures left behind, accomplishment and hope. With investigative journalists Afua Hirsch and Simcha Jacobovici, Jackson unpacks the history of the transatlantic slave trade. He also teams up with an elite group of divers from Diving With a Purpose (DWP) to find and dive for six sunken slave ships. The series provides penetrating new insights and points of view – discovering the legacy of the slave trade in contemporary global culture.

You can pre-order the DVD on Amazon

Dazzler Media will release Enslaved on DVD and Digital from 19th April.