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Good film that gives much needed light of day to a little known part of the history of the Civil Rights movement.
The movie is another movie about Vets (from different wars) that are defending their community.
Great flick about the Civil Rights Act with Forest Whitaker in fine form.
A little slow at first, but worth it if you watch the whole thing.
Shit was crazy...Shit is crazy...thanks white people!
I'm ashamed of being white
great movie about hatred in the south in the 60's
Good TV movie. Whitaker was amazing as always. I was pleased to see the aggressive side of civil rights displayed. Although people don't often want to speak of it, physical protection was what was needed in some circumstances.
Nice Film, especially if your into to old days and knowing how black people where treated like shit!!!
[size=4]:up: I loved the way the tables were turned during the Civil Rights movement in Louisiana. I love pulling for the underdogs in any movie-with this being a true story, it just makes it even better.[/size]