This is an important film that may not be easy to sit through, but is essential in understanding how where we came from has shaped where we are today.
It was a solidly made film with some great actors giving it their all, but the intentions behind the script rang false.
This is a quite a good film with an excellent one hiding inside it. I just can’t help but wish that’s the one we got to see.
Art reflects life, and with stories like the one at the center of this film in the news so frequently, major releases like this can spark some much-needed introspection and conversation.
How can we speak of ourselves as a free people when the government gives themselves the right to decide who we can love? These are the questions at the center of this quietly wonderful film.
Lee gives us a movie that strikes a remarkable balance between laugh-out-loud and quiet, somber reflection.