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  1. Giulio Base's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    Well done ‘homework’ with good actors but nothing that can really involve you.

  2. Roland Travy's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    A good historical depiction of black segregation in the US in the '50s. Spacek peformance in the final scene is just incredible, while whoopi goldberg is more in low-key. Two things I dislike: the narration, the importance given to the little daughter and the christmas family scene, otherwise it could be a great and much more realistic documentation of what those years should have been. Also a reflection on sexism

  3. falcone.michele's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    Edificante film sulla diversità! Il miglior film del documentarista richard Pearce. Interpreti superbi!

  4. RumbleFish's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    Visto alle elementari, e la maestra sconvolta che continuava a farci notare "Capite, ha dato il nome delle figlie ad una strada!!" e tutti noi completamente indifferenti ad un regalo così inutile.

  5. richardlawrn's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    oh how I cried watching this film! hard to believe people went through such things just because of the color of their skin. and that racism still has to be fought against. it still exists and it's sickening. Well, the end was abrupt and it could have been explored better.

  6. ramosbarajas's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    A surprisingly nuanced film which (thankfully) manages to avoid the white savior complex for the most part. It's a great narrative that delves into the psychology of both black and white families, respectfully presenting an important subject matter. Also, beautiful cinematography by Deakins and great performances by Spacek and an introspective Goldberg.

  7. Scotch's rating of the film Uma História Americana

    A subtle, quietly beautiful film about the Montgomery community that stood against fucked-up America. Four stars for carefully avoiding becoming "post-race" bubble gum nostalgia (in which we reminisce on the bad ol' days of racism as if it's not a continued, contemporary issue). An acknowledgment of the courage it took and will take for an anti-racist society.