Documentary| English | 104 minutes
Why Stream This Film?
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus): 99%
- Metacritic Score: 81
- San Diego International Film Festival: Winner, Best Documentary Feature
- Santa Fe Independent Film Festival: Winner, Best Documentary Feature
- Chicago International Film Festival: Nominated, Best Documentary
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In a time of dramatic political unrest, MLK/FBI offers a unique opportunity to look toward the past for insight on our present. MLK/FBI indeed serves as a chilling reminder that white supremacy is not solely a partisan problem; it’s a cruelty baked into the fabric of our political system, poisoning it at every level.
The brilliance of MLK/FBI lies in how effortlessly conversant it manages to be with the injustices of the present, without ever deviating from the injustices of the past.
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