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3 And 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets tells a gut-wrenching story in overall gripping fashion -- and wisely underplays its outrage, letting the details speak for themselves.
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While "Justice for Jordan" may have been served, the words - and Davis' story - are yet another reminder of a nation that remains fractured by inequality, desperately in need of change.
It's a grimly absorbing watch.
A uniquely compelling real-life legal thriller.
The prosecution and defense unfold with the suspense of a Hollywood courtroom drama.
Marc Silver's moving and illuminating documentary "3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets" reveals a lot about what is wrong in the United States today and a little bit of what's right.
The straightforward, well-edited trial scenes speak volumes, not only about the defendant, but also about the racism that still haunts our country.
The nature of the injustice and the psychologies of his subjects are more than interesting enough to carry us through a full-length feature, and in recognizing that, he shows restraint.
The courtroom drama of 3 1/2 Minutes is as compelling as that of any narrative film.
HBO's new documentary reminds us how deadly threat perception is for black people.
While the documentary itself merely gives the audience a bird's eye view of the courtroom narrative, it punctuates the point that is too often forgotten in these cases: It is Dunn who is on trial here, not Davis.
Cleanly presented and crisply framed, each image is shot with a respectfully detached gaze, from the talking heads to the twisting Floridian highways shot at golden hour. Sadly, this means that Silver's treatment of the case feels overly forensic.
We must not just simply remember, we must stand up and demand our humanity. If we don't, we've let Jordan Davis down and after seeing, 3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets that is the last thing that you will want to do.
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