Todd Truffin’s review published on Letterboxd:
This film is a fascinating study in how a "based on actual events" film can still pack an editorial whallop and carry the director's vision.
Spike Lee effectively documents the conflicts within the African-American community as well as the insidious persistence of white supremacist ideology in the US.
The end of the film serves up a gut-punch I haven't felt in the movies for a long time.
I keep forgetting that Adam Driver is a really good actor. His conflicted character is really interesting.