First, "A Rage in Harlem" (1991) is a rousing action-comedy, based on a book by Chester Himes, about a mortuary assistant who falls for a Southern vixen trying to fence some stolen gold lifted from her gangster ex-boyfriend. The undertaker will do anything for the girl, even if it means involving his sleazy brother-in-law in the proceedings. Forest Whitaker, Robin Givens, Danny Glover, Gregory Hines star. Then, the riveting drama "The Glass Shield" (1995) follows a young, idealistic black cop who gets a rude awakening about the force when he encounters racism and other forms of hatred in his Los Angeles precinct. He teams with a bitter white policewoman to expose the hatred and corruption around them. Michael Boatman, Lori Petty, and Ice Cube star. And, an undercover cop (Omar Epps) gets an assignment to infiltrate the operation of the city's biggest drug dealer, a charismatic but violent kingpin known as God (LL Cool J). But as the two become friends, the officer finds his loyalties tested. "In Too Deep" (1999) also stars Stanley Tucci, Nia Long, Pam Grier. 5 1/3 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH).