Written August 28, 2010
One lie can make a difference. In this case a big difference, the destruction of a small black town, Rosewood, and the hunting and murder of innocent men, women, and children. The hate that plagued the small town of Rosewood, is unforgivable and unforgettable.
Watching this movie for the first time, I cried but I loved it. It makes me sad that this hate is still living and breathing today. Its such a shame.
This was an excellent movie, I will definitely be owning this movie. The acting was good, some of it was hard to get around because of all of the hate that was portrayed in the movie. Overall very well done. The directing and writing was good and did a good job in portraying this true store and putting it into a movie.
This is a must watch movie but for mature audiences that can withstand the violence and hate contained in this movie.