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It's a remarkable commentary on overlapping media, and an immersive history of the moment.
An immersive, you-are-there experience that is as dramatic (or more so) as any Hollywood feature film.
A taut and commanding primer.
Thanks in part to excellent editing and a subtly gripping score by Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans, the doc never lags during its nearly two-hour running time.
Gives a full sense of the anarchy and rage of the post-King verdict days, thrusting us fully and disturbingly into events in very much of a You Are There manner.
A city's pain gets silenced in order to create a feeling of rising tension - rather than people, everyone in LA 92 is a drop of water in a pot ready to boil.
A harrowing, sweeping, intelligent, dynamic and elegantly constructed montage.
Can we all get along?
Is worth seeing because the visuals from the incident are still so powerful.
An impeccable experiential history.
[LA 92] occasionally feels like a sledgehammer for the way it so dramatically inserts the viewer into the world of 1992 as many watched in horror at unfolding racism and violence.
The essence of Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin's LA 92 is that many, many wrongs do not make a right.
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