Feb 3, 2016
In 2014, media sensation Oprah Winfrey helped get a film project about Martin Luther King Jr.'s turbulent campaign in Selma, Alabama off the ground. For the director's chair, she selected young indie filmmaker Ava Duvernay. With a cast rounded with classically trained British actors and a plethora of established names in small roles, Selma became a media darling and a three-time Oscar nominee, yet only winning one for best original song. But does Selma find glory for its subject matter or does it deserve to get lost in the sands of time? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster head south to find out.
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