La única razón por la que le puse 4 estrellas fue por la duracion porque yo creo que para contar la historia de la vida de Lincoln, de la guerra y de la abolición de la esclavitud, no era necesario alargarla y hacer una película de casi 3 horas.En cuento a lo cromático me encanta mucho el uso de colores y contrastes y en lo técnico la fotografía es fabulosa,con iluminación,efectos,sonido y excelente guion
Like he did for the complexities of evil in TWBB, Daniel-Day Lewis brings a richness and grace to the complexities of benevolence here; something upon reflection I feel may be the greater of the two accomplishments. This is a film like the ones Griffith once pulled off, where goodness is made beautiful and poetic and inspiring, not trite and sentimental.
Spielberg again hones his craft: bringing historical narratives straight from U.S. high school textbooks to the big screen with all the sentimentality of your grandpa who fought in the war. Particularly offensive is one of the closing scenes, wherein an African-American woman exorbitantly praises her Great White Lover for delivering her, even if his compromises would lead to another century (and more) of pain.
after abe dies, his eldest son is heading back to boston or whatever and this lady is giving him his bags and she says "i like your first name. you should use it more often.......robin" and then tommy lee jones is shown drinking some fancy drink in a bright lit, foreign place and he sees abe lincoln eating there with his wife and then the movie ends. DUN DUN DUN DUN