allain’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have been staring at my Notes app for almost fifteen minutes now, trying to formulate a review, but I just can’t because I’m honestly speechless. Viola Davis performed spectacularly well, but what caught my attention is Chadwick Boseman’s absolutely phenomenal act. His monologue is hauntingly good that it gave me goosebumps and I’m really sad to know that this is his last performance. The film introduced us to three legendary Black artists, their struggles, and their legacy with riveting performances that will leave an impression, making you want to watch it again.
Note: I’m sorry I’m really exhausted today (finals season and all) but I promise I’ll rewatch it again and make a better review but please give it a watch because it’s really great.