ActuallyCraigo’s review published on Letterboxd:
"You can kill a revolutionary but you can't kill the revolution."
Incredibly powerful and moving, its the type of movie that is so rare in Hollywood. Its bold and daring with its politics, and unflinchingly unapologetic.
The story of Fred Hampton needs to be shared and told, because it's the story of us all. 50 years later and the fight continues. The director, writers, actors, and everyone involved should be applauded for bringing this story to the mainstream.
"Anywhere there's people, there's power.