Produced by Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt’s company plan b (12 years a slave ) and Christian Colson ( Slumdog Millionaire ), the acclaimed film Selma tells the gripping and moving true story of the pivotal moment in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s epic civil rights struggle - the 1965 protest march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama to secure voting rights for African Americans.
Starring British actor David Oyelowo (The Butler, A Most Violent Year) as Martin Luther King Jr. Alongside Tom Wilkinson, Carmen Ejogo, Tim Roth and Oprah Winfrey, the 2015 release of Selma celebrates the 50th anniversary of the passing of the voting rights act and this triumphant story of the power of the people.
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For anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the Civil Rights Movement in the US in 1960' s Selma is essential viewing. Whether from a historical perspective or human rights perspective the film charts what is one of the pivotal times in US History. Alternatively, if you admire Martin Luther King the film will give you a good insight into his persona. You might have an opinion on how he is portrayed versus his role in history but this film may well challenge that. Films are meant to entertain and this one does. Enjoy watching it I did.
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