Do the Right Thing(1989) ... This is still Spike Lee's best film to date. Lee, the most influential African American director working today made this stylistic and stirring movie almost completely by himself, writing, producing, directing and co-starring. It tells of the events in a Brooklyn neighborhood on one of the hottest days of the year.
It was an epidemic. Pant cuffs just spontaneously rolling up without warning, exposing pasty white skin if it happened to be the dead of winter. Something had to be done, and something had to be done immediately. -Answer: Stirrup Pants