United States | 2013 | Jason Osder
Philadelphia’s war on the radical, African American activist group MOVE—which culminated on 5/13/85 with the city’s bombing of a MOVE-occupied row house, killing 11 and destroying 61 neighboring homes—is recounted via an assortment of newsreels and other archival film clips in this spellbinding found-footage assembly that unfolds like a suspense thriller. “A riveting chronicle…Seamlessly fashioned…Relives an incredible chapter in American history.” –NY Times.
95 min. Cleveland premiere. Blu-ray.
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