Separate But Equal (7-Apr-1991)|
Director: George Stevens, Jr.
Writer: George Stevens, Jr.
Keywords: Drama, Courtroom, Racism
Miniseries in 2 parts.
Review by anonymous (posted on 13-Mar-2006)
This movie offers insight on
the social injustices to black American citizens in the mid-20th
century. It presents viewers with the reality and struggle that
African-Americans faced to achieve desegregation in public schools. The
movie is very powerful and intense; however, it seems to be
unnecessarily long and drawn-out. I would recommend this movie to
anyone interested in civil rights, but be prepared to watch a
relatively long film!
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