I already know what I think about this movie.
I'm curious about what others think.
The floor is open...
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quote:Originally posted by Black Viking:
For me, the most profound scene was when Cinque was sitting with Adams and spoke about calling his ancestors. He said, "And they must come. Because, at this moment, I am the only reason that they had existed at all."
quote:Originally posted by James Wesley Chester:
Let me say that I a poor judge of acting, but...
I really, really didn't see an academy award performance in the work of the John Adams character.
What did I miss?
quote:Originally posted by art_gurl:
It reminds me of one of the central ideas of Jarrod Diamond's 'Guns, Germs and Steel' - where would the whites have been without their guns?
quote:It must have been an extremely difficult and confronting film to re-enact for all the actors, particularly those of African heritage.
quote:Also that American 'flag-waving' was kept to a minimum.