Beautiful wife of actor Dennis Quaid she/her
I grew up in the South. I literally drove on the Trail of Tears every morning driving to high school. One of the white southerners in this great film articulated what it was like learning about slaves in the South; it was never connected to the Confederacy. It was always listed alongside other issues (“state’s rights” namely) and never confronted head on, in any level of my education.
Festering in America’s deeply rooted evil, the same evil that separated families…
There are morsels of important info here, sure, but it was dumbed down straight to hell with how the information was presented. If you’re looking for nuance, leave that expectation at the door and prepare for a third of the runtime to be a terrible scripted portion that feels like it was written by the Steve Buscemi’s “how do you do my fellow kids” meme.
Really REALLY irked me that the reason this film cites for “so much divisive” thinking…