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Basics Critics:88Viewers:72Rusty:78
Category: Bio/History, Crime, DocumentarySub-Category: documentary film, biographical film, independent filmMain subject: terrorismNarrative location: AlabamaRuntime: 102 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Spike LeeScreenwriter: Spike LeeMusic: Terence BlanchardCinematography: Ellen KurasStars: Ossie Davis, Spike Lee, Jesse Jackson, Bill CosbyProducer: Spike LeeStudio: 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, HBOAwards won: Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Documentary Film
National Film Registry
Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Documentary Film
Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film
Award nominations: Academy Award for Best Documentary FeatureAward details: (details at IMDb)

On September 15, 1963, a bomb destroyed a black church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four young girls who were there for Sunday school. It was a crime that shocked the nation--and a defining moment in the history of the civil-rights movement. Spike Lee re-examines the full story of the bombing, including a revealing interview with former Alabama Governor George Wallace.

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