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Lee Mickus 7h
just watched Clemency. Alfre Woodard is exceptional as a warden on death row slowly dying inside as she watches the executions. A master acting class. I was sobbing.
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The Myrna Loy 11h
Myrna Loy, reflecting on the great work of today's contemporary women actors and directors, like in . Myrna loved great artists doing good work.
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Ogene_igbo Jan 24
Chinonye Chukwu () is also the first black woman to win the US Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at Sundance for the film she wrote and directed, titled . (2019). Source📸: @splufiknigerians
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Capri Theatre 4h
Love this comment! Looking forward to getting similar ones when we show February 7-13!
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Turbulent Cinema 4h
does work as a slow, gripping portrayal on the death penalty. Alfre Woodard does make this film as a character study and portrays Bernadine very well. Aldis Hodge after “Brian Banks” is a star to look out for in the future. The padding at times can be too much for me.
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Film 5000 Project Jan 18
('19) ★★★ Through Woodard's virtuosic, often wordless embodiment of a prison warden who oversees executions, Chukwu's small, spartan film of exquisitely subtle performances conveys the devastating toll of capital punishment on all of the people this system touches.
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“Do You See The Beauty Of It? The Inevitability?” Jan 21
In one particular shot, Alfre Woodard gave one of the best pieces of acting in recent memory.
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The Hollywood Reporter Jan 18
To make the death-row drama , stars Alfre Woodard and Aldis Hodge and writer-director Chinonye Chukwu immersed themselves in the prison community
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Robert S. Hamer Jan 24
There is no performance from any film released in the United States in 2019 – lead or supporting, man or woman – that equals what achieves in .
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#TotalGossips 10h
Africa's biggest moment 2019 was this Chinonye Chukwu (Nigeria) win with ... will there be another BIG moment for Africa this ???
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Turbulent Cinema 7h
The second and final film that is on the dock today is ’s with Alfre Woodard. One question I want to ask you folks. What happened to those shorts you would get in front of their movies? Bring those back, please.
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ArtHouseFilmWire Jan 21
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Elaine Rodger Jan 22
Not June 20th, June 17th but hopefully will have seen sense before then.
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Bob🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🐱‍👤🌹⁂ Jan 22
"...this offender is no longer a threat to society as an element of sentencing. If re-sentenced now it would be hard with post conviction behavior thrown in, to achieve another death sentence. The guy has demonstrated remorse and exhibited reform."
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Rashad nigga, ugh. I been chromed out.... 5h
is a hard ass movie to watch.
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Landmark Theatres (US) 14h
Alfre Woodard is always phenomenal and her turn as a prison warden in is no different. Written and directed by Chinonye Chukwu, this film is now playing!
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M Jones Jan 22
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Circle Cinema Jan 23
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Grand Berry Theater Jan 23
Alfre Woodard when she remembered we open tomorrow!
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Daniel Skip Allen 3h
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