Soundtrack for a Revolution

Soundtrack for a Revolution

Tells the story of the American civil rights movement through its powerful music - the freedom songs protesters sang on picket lines, in mass meetings, and in jail cells as they fought for justice and equality. Features new performances of the freedom songs by top artists; archival footage; and interviews with civil rights foot soldiers and leaders. Freedom songs evolved from slave chants, from the labor movement, and especially from the black church. Music enabled blacks to sing words they could not say, and it was crucial in helping the protesters as they faced down brutal aggression with dignity and non-violence. The infectious energy of the songs swept people up and empowered them to fight for their rights. This film celebrates the vitality of this music.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:civil rights,  

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Florence (ru) wrote: Situado na Catalunha, Insensibles mescla duas histrias: em uma, que se passa durante a Guerra Civil Espanhola e segue at os anos 1960, mostra um asilo que tenta reabilitar crianas que no sentem dor, ensinando-lhes sofrimento fsico. Na segunda, que ocorre no tempo presente, um brilhante neurocirurgio precisa de um transplante de medula ssea e acaba descobrindo esse passado sombrio quando inicia uma procura por seus pais biolgicos.

emsikins m (es) wrote: omg i love aaron johnson!!

Rebecca B (nl) wrote: Nick Nolte did a fantastic JOB here..and wow Trevor Morgan was so good. Touching story. I really enjoyed it.

Felix J (gb) wrote: good movie must c it!!!

Paul M (kr) wrote: Fairly standard TV movie but it is a christmas movie and does deliver the feel good factor.

Rita G (jp) wrote: I have this one on dvd and watch it every few months.

Dario V (us) wrote: ... Another of Mr. Eastwood masterpieces...A vivid tribute to Jazz saxophone player legend Charlie "Yardbird" Parker... Awesome sound won a well deserved Oscar... A classic with so much beautiful jazz music that will make you jumpstart anything in a weekend day... = ) !

Anti R (br) wrote: The denunciation of racism is well done but the film would like to make us believe that France is a country of resistans (while they were mostly colaborating) and that the cathos, by nature antisemitic, wanted to protect the Jews during the occupation, Which is false, as the example of Poland shows. And why is the denouncing guy a worker when the resistance was predominantly communist? The most racist are found amongst the capitalists. We must not forget the fate of the blacks in the death camps. To see with a critical eye.

Sue A (ca) wrote: It's a fabulous film. You won't be disappointed

Chris P (ag) wrote: I'm not a huge fan of Bresson's work thus far. I gotta say - this one is the pits big time. Bresson's minemalist style works against the material to give us one of the laziest, dullest films ever.

Martin C (us) wrote: ?videmment, on reste sur sa fin et faim :-)

Zachary S (kr) wrote: Absolutely fantastic!

Tiger L (ru) wrote: Extremely entertaining, violent, bloody, intense & truly original.

Allan C (mx) wrote: Not bad action/drama. DMX is a decent actor with enough charism to make him a compelling enough protagonist. The classic rise and fall crime story is pretty familiar, but stylish direction form Spike Lee's former cinematographer, Ernest Dickerson, good action sequences (though not enough to call this an action film) and solid performances make it better than I'd expected. The main weakness of the film is the unnecessary wrap around story of David Arquette researching the life of doomed criminal DMX, who is shown in a coffin at the start of the film with the rest of the film unfolding in flashbacks with DMX narration. It's better than a Wesley Snipes direct-to-video film, but it's still not exactly a must see film unless you're a huge DMX fan.