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That sense of doom runs through King in the Wilderness, but also a sense of calm that characterized King in his final days.
A quiet and understated film, which lingers lovingly on its subject.
Employs a simple and straightforward method to extraordinary effect.
It veers from the very public to the deeply personal, including heart-wrenching scenes of King's father collapsing with grief over his son's coffin.
The movie humanizes King, in occasionally startling ways.
The film's message remains timely, shaped by the voices and vivid recollections of King's intimate associates in the struggle for equality.
By allowing us to hear what happened from the people closest to King, King in the Wilderness breaks new ground and paints a revealing, empathetic portrait in the process.
King in the Wilderness presents an unfamiliar portrait of its subject...
An extraordinary documentary on the last 18 months of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's selfless and harrowing spiritual journey.
Rich, rewarding and moving account of the final year of struggles in Martin Luther King. Jr.'s life
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