Spike Lee’s greatest achievement. It really gets across the human side of the disaster. Terence Blanchard’s score is masterful. Some images I’ll always remember. Incredibly sad and infuriating.
A bleak and dark film for most of its duration. The type of film that is rare to find, if I were to compare it to any two films it would be The Fountain and The Last Temptation of Christ, if you didn't like either of those films chances are you won't like this. Some of its imagery was striking and haunting. It is an Aronofsky with its visuals, stellar score from Mansell and themes used in many of his…