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the story was a good one although I would have loved to see a black man or woman direct. A whole lot was put on how angelic Adams was to the cause, in a time where we was once the president of a slave holding country. the irony was crazy. Also a profound scene for me was when the africans were looking at Morgan Freeman and although they couldnt speak the langauge they identified with him .Then the scene when Morgan was below deck and stubbled into the chains, and it was almost spiritual the feeling he portrayed almost feeling the pain and coming to the realization to the fact he and so many blacks came to this Country via the same passage.
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