Intolerance: No More (2019) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
80 min
IMDB Rating:
7.2 / 10 
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Directors: Sergio Guerrero [Director] ,

Movie Description:
An African American woman has an encounter with a white police officer that leaves him dead. The world watches a media circus real-time hunt for her and the truth.


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Americans been American

After watching the movie i'm glad i don't live in America, the people are self righteous, and don't give a damn about others unless it can make them money or famous, the black woman had a bad attitude, she should have just complied with directions instead of arguing, the people at the crime scene, cameras out trying to get video or pic of the scene and police reaction, to me the movie shows how a lot of the public are A..holes and the police have such a difficult time doing there job, if this movie was intended to make you feel sorry for her and BLM, it failed, it just shows how and why people get treated by the police who are just trying to do their job.

Ignore the nutcases

Sadly and pathetically, small minded and petty people with nothing better to do with their lives will hang about online, giving terrible reviews of movies they haven't even watched because some right winged nut job the worship online told them to.Ignore them and you'll find a well made little gem of a film. Arguably a tad longer than it perhaps should have been. And some characters can feel a little thin, and could of doing with being fleshed out. Other than these minor personal thoughts, I would highly recommend a beautiful and inspiring movie. And yes the subject may polarising, and hard to address for many.... but isn't that the point of art?Acting, Direction, Editing, Cinematography? Some important things to discuss in a movie review yes?Some very well tended performances here, particularly from the lead. Succinct direction and cinematography, I mention them in this way, and together, because I feel I have to focus on the fact it is made in the "docu-drama" style.Give this a try, regardless of your political leanings, and I swear you will find it enrich your life.Enjoy, my friends


From the opening scene, I was locked in. This is a very creative way to tell this story, and it is clear the team carefully crafted the visual patchwork of multiple media sources with precision. Some may miss the real story here, which is really about how we receive information from surveillance footage and real time social media sources with very little additional evidence-almost always in a media-driven rush to form a conclusion rather than tell the truth. Great directing and solid/realistic performance from Patterson as Lucretia. I can't wait to see what I missed the first time.
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