Spike Lee says he won't be intimidated by racists who have plagued the filming of his latest movie, "Jungle Fever." Police are guarding filming locations after vandals broke out windows at the Floral Fantasy, a New York flower shop, and threatened its owner for allowing blacks to use it for the movie. "All I'm trying to do is make a movie in the beautiful borough of Brooklyn," Lee said. "I'm going to continue to shoot the film." "Jungle Fever" is about the relationship between a black man and an Italian woman in Brooklyn's Bensonhurst section, which was the site of a racial mob killing in 1989 that polarized the city.