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Long Walk Home [Import]

Sissy Spacek , Whoopi Goldberg , Richard Pearce    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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This underrated 1990 film directed by Richard Pearce (Country, Leap of Faith) features exceptionally nuanced performances by both Sissy Spacek (Coal Miner's Daughter) and Whoopi Goldberg (Ghost) in a story set against the backdrop of the emerging civil rights movement of the 1950s South. Spacek plays a Southern socialite who becomes gradually enlightened by the plight of her housekeeper, played by Whoopi Goldberg, as she struggles to raise her family amid the increasing turmoil, prejudice, and violence around her. A well-done treatment of an important period of American history, The Long Walk Home is an effective and accurate period drama. It is also an opportunity to see fine, understated performances by two very popular actresses in an earnest and socially conscious setting. --Robert Lane

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5.0 out of 5 stars mike's opinion and review Dec 12 2002
By mike
Format:VHS Tape
The film, The Long Walk Home, was a very excellent one in that it showed how things really were at one time. It showed the brutality that people had toward our fellow man and how people don't respect others because of a God-given feature such as skin color. It was hard to watch at times, hard to believe that people can be so rude, ignorant, and immature. It opened my eyes as to how exactly black people were treated and how they were looked down on and mis-treated. This film is one to be remembered because it showed the truth, and even though the truth is not what many wish to see, it is the facts. Odessa showed courage, love, and most of all faith. These three virtues helped her immensely to get through the tough times of her life. I recommend it to anyone who wishes to seek knowledge about the past and wants to learn from it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Film -- Terrible DVD Feb. 20 2003
By Alamo2
This is a marvelous film that gives an accurate account of life in the middle of the 20th Century in the Southern US. I couldn't wait for it to come out on DVD. And what did we get? The usual horrible ARTISAN shoddy worksmanship. The DVD has no extras, not even a trailer. It is in full frame instead of widescreen. But most important, the print is terrible. It is very soft, as if it is a copy of a copy. There is no sharpness to it at all, and colors bleed. It is as bad as Artisan's "The Quiet Man." Artisan should not be in the DVD business, as they have no concept of quality. I would be ashamed to work there.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie concerning black's struggle Sept. 16 2003
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
I thought this movie was a great movie. It depicted the black struggle in the Montogomery Bus Boycott very well. It was very relasitic in showing the inequality that the black people faced in that time period and how many white people were so racist and unfair to them. It also shows how some white people were very helpful and supported the boycott (Miriam). I believe that this movie is a greta movie to make all ages aware of was really occured during the black rights movement. It teaches you alot about the different views of people and what it is like living as a black person and a white person during this era.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Walk leads to March Jan. 7 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I first saw this when it was released in the cinema and my memory failed slightly, but not my anger at racist behaviour or my satisfaction that progress was made, even if not yet perfect. Discussing the life and times of Mandela with my students brought all this back to me, and for the students what I described was an alien world. This movie led them to ask lots of questions and I have loaned similar stories to some of them - I hope they will learn more than classroom work
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best civil rights era movie Dec 15 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I've seen just about all of the civil rights era movies and The Long Walk Home is the best of them all.
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