hanne 🌹🌽’s review published on Letterboxd:
why don't you live for the people. why don't you struggle for the people. why don't you die for the people."
to have that much poise, grace, influence, and power at the young age of 21 and well before, fred hampton is in a class of his own. his is one of the most horrifying legacies of chicago and the fbi, and it should haunt us forever. assassinated the same year that my mom was born. this is not distant history
i'm so glad to see hampton on screen, but i think it would have been more powerful coming from him instead of william o'neal