MARTIN LUTHER KING
After a collage of archival news footage of civil rights protests, this dramatic reenactment cuts back and forth between King, pacing in solitary confinement, and an assembly of white clergymen sitting around a table to discuss King’s “unwise and untimely” campaign of civil disobedience to end racial segregation. A solid primer on the civil rights movement and moral principles. (The related paperback, Dr. King’s Why We Can’t Wait, includes the full text of the letter.)
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