This is the Review of John Lewis: Good Trouble. John Lewis: Good Trouble (2020) – Review, Recap, Ending, Summary. Main Stars: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It is Released on 3 July 2020. It is directed by Dawn Porter.
I’m here with muse TV talking to you about the film John Lewis good trouble it’s actually being released today so like the summary and for all of you that are able to go out and watch it please do it is directed by Don Porter with a team of producers there’s actually three of them Erica Alexander been our Don and Laura Mitchell’s Lynn.
I want to say I actually had the honor of interviewing Erica Alexander and that’s actually also posted on our website but she dives into the idea of what they were wanting to illustrate within this film and it’s a story about John Lewis who is actually part of the people part of the group of people that were so important in the Frida my writer march on Washington he was it was in his early 20s.
He was actually side by side with Martin Luther King jr. through the whole process of the civil rights movement and I think you gonna like my summary. It’s important to highlight him as a figure just for me when I watch the film I know that I learned a bunch that I didn’t learn just in my normal courses in school and so I think it’s important for someone to witness the actions that he did to continue this fight for black people in general.
We’re going through this huge black lives matter movement and I think it’s so important that this film is released now not even with the intention that to happen during this time but I think it’s important for others to watch this film and understand the importance of the right to vote and have their voice be heard throughout the film there were several people that we’re speaking on his behalf people like Nancy Pelosi.
You know people like Bill and Hillary Clinton that have just had such a close bond with him and that just know his character in general so he’s actually battling pancreatic cancer at the moment but he is also spending his time too on Congress and so like this summary and during this time he was saying that he had endured please let beatings and brutality and it’s not stopping and so it was important to see this film just.
He’s also witnessing what happened then is still happening now he quoted in the film my greatest fear is we might one day wake up and our democracy is gone we cannot afford to let that happen and as long as I have breath in my body I will do what I can he was arrested about 40 times and he was been in Congress for five times actually. I hope that you gonna like my review.
He’s actually could be arrested again is what he’s saying so throughout this film he’s saying that his advocacy is nonviolent it was a huge huge factor in his journey with finding his voice for his people was never on violent terms so it was important for him to find these rallies and people supporting him in his same nature as well as these clips that he’s watching throughout this entire time he wanted to say also quoted the vote is the most powerful nonviolent tool.
We have in our democratic society and we must use it so in this sense I think the film is trying to advocate for those who have no voice as well as those who do have a voice and that can use it he had biracial rallies as well and so he wanted to get everyone involved so this film does come out on July 3rd and please like today and so please check out this film as well as check out the interview with producer Alex Erica Alexander as well these are all in these TVs so please check that out and thank you so much for watching this review.
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