Writer-director Barry Alexander Brown’s film is based on Bob Zellner’s well-received 2008 autobiography The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement. The author’s move from sympathetic but do-nothing white moderate to zealous C-R activist is a good illustration of Dr. King’s criticism in his famous prison letter. At first …
A Korean American. happy with his wife & stepdaughter, is faced with deportation following an assault & false arrest by a racist cop.
In a housing development near Paris a college-student brother seeks to counter the influence of a drug-dealing brother upon the middle teenage brother .
How Rita Moreno overcame sexual abuse & stereotyped casting & became a role model for other Latina women in Stage & Screen,
Concert singer Marian Anderson’s story, from her childhood church singing through her rejection that led to her famous Lincoln Memorial Concert through the Civil Rights era.
The early days of country/blues singer Huddie Ledbetter, from leaving home to playing in night spots through his several incarcerations to his “discovery” by John Lomax.
During a strike for equal pay & safer conditions. the Mex-Am. miners’ wives take over picket duties when a court forbids the men, with men not happy but together they win.
During Christmas time a selfish London woman with a transplanted heart falls in love with a mysterious man and is changed for the better.
Black female cop Alicia tries to stay alive with a corrupt band of cops & a crime boss trying to kill her before she can get her body camera that has filmed their murders, & local citizens refusing to help her.
This film is guaranteed to raise your spirits! Click the movie title to read my entire review.