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Los Hombres Libres De Jones [Blu-ray]

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‘Los hombres libres de Jones‘ cuenta la historia del rebelde granjero sureño New Knight (Matthew McConaughey) y su extraordinaria revuelta armada contra el Ejército Confederado durante la Guerra de Secesión americana. Harto de luchar por los intereses de los más ricos, Knight desertó, se alió con otros pequeños granjeros y con la ayuda de los esclavos locales, lideró un levantamiento que llevó al Condado de Jones en Mississippi a independizarse creando el Estado Libre de Jones. Su matrimonio con una antigua esclava, Rachel (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), y su posterior construcción de una comunidad interracial, distinguieron a New Knight como una luchadora y controvertida figura en el contexto de la Guerra Civil americana.

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El rebelde granjero sureño New Knight encabeza una extraordinaria revuelta armada contra el Ejército Confederado durante la Guerra de Secesión americana. Harto de luchar por los intereses de los más ricos, Knight desertó, se alió con otros pequeños granjeros y con la ayuda de los esclavos locales, lideró un levantamiento que llevó al Condado de Jones en Mississippi a independizarse creando el Estado Libre de Jones. Su matrimonio con una antigua esclava, Rachel, y su posterior construcción de una comunidad interracial, distinguieron a New Knight como una luchadora y controvertida figura en el contexto de la Guerra Civil americana.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A remarkable story and quality acting by Matthew McConaughey 30 de junio de 2016
Por Christopher Schwinger - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray
If you Google the word “microcosm”, the definition describes the movie Free State of Jones: “a community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristic qualities or features of something much larger.” Jones County, Mississippi becomes representative of the situation throughout the South during and after the Civil War. Matthew McConaughey ought to be Oscar-nominated for this movie, I think. He plays a Confederate soldier turned deserter named Newton Knight, who is appalled by the unfairness of the exemptions which the wealthiest southerners get from fighting if they have at least 20 slaves. Because he’s willing to defend southerners who are being looted by Confederate soldiers, and also treats black people kindly, he inspires a following of both white and black supporters, and is willing to defend his black supporters in a scene where a white supporter tries to provoke strife (which likely happened in real life). After the war, he continues to be involved in fighting for racial equality. The movie is a very engrossing experience. The dialogue is really realistic and true to the era, including in the role which Christianity played in the community, and the movie uses captions to describe changes of locations and political events very effectively. Newton Knight feels relatable to an audience because he is just reacting, one choice at a time, to the things that are happening around him, and he chooses to defy an unjust government that’s not representing him, and repudiate its racist values, without any of those contrived scenes where he suddenly changes his values. He’s just a normal guy who is unusual for how willing he is to stand up for justice. There are several interesting scenes taking place in the 1940s where his descendant is also forced to take a stand for what he believes during a miscegenation (interracial marriage) trial. This movie ought to be shown in schools, and I hope it will be (the only part that may be too much for sensitive eyes is the opening battle scene), and also should get Oscar attention and be viewed by many people.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Southern Unionist Uprising that crossed racial lines 4 de agosto de 2016
Por Voltaire - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
I'd read the books the film is based on by Victoria Bynum and Sally Jenkins & John Stauffer so I knew the story in advance. The thing I wondered about before seeing the movie was - how is it possible to reduce the extraordinary events of Newt Knight's life into a 2 hour movie? Answer, of course, is you can't. And that's the main defect of the movie - it should have been (at least) an 8 part mini-series on HBO.

But that's my only quibble with it. The screenplay (mostly) successful telescopes events and creates composite characters to slim down what would, otherwise, have been an overcharged narrative. Technically, the film is very successful with gorgeous cinematography. In particular, the events taking place in the swamps had a mystical quality to them.

The acting is superb. I've become a major fan of McConaughey since his "McConaissance" and, in particular "True Detective". He invests himself totally in the role and brings Newt Knight to vivid life. Gugu Mbatha-Raw conveys both the strength and the vulnerability of a woman, Rachel Knight, who began life as a slave but was determined that status would not define her. Mahershala Ali is a revelation as Moses, a composite character. A runaway slave who becomes a maroon militia fighter and then a voting rights activist. Keri Russell is lovely and very touching as a woman who loses her husband to another woman but has the wisdom to make her peace with the situation.

This is the first film I've seen that attempts to portray Reconstruction with accuracy. The recent remake of "Roots" led audiences to believe once the Civil War was over, everything was just fine for African Americans. "Free State of Jones" examines the Black Codes that unreconstructed white supremacists forced onto the black population, injustice that would last through Jim Crow into the 1970s.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great movie - twenty minutes too long 24 de diciembre de 2016
Por avariciousreader - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a very well done movie about a complicated historical subject who lived a long and intense life - many, many threads went into the tapestry of this msn's life and his huge family continues to this day as an incredibly diverse group ( three separate and distinct families actually ). Matthew McConaughey is excellent and surrounded by a large cast of accomplished actors, not to mention the director, various AD's, editors, production crew members, photographers...just a huge list of first rate people. We are from South Central Mississippi and appreciate the window this film provided into the world of people from there who did not support the Confederacy ( my great-great grandfather fought for the Union Army and we still have his discharge from the Civil War "army of the Potomac"). Just a brief comment - it was a few minutes too long. We've gotten very used to ninety-minute movies and this one runs well over two hours. Granted, it had a lot to say. Would recommend this movie highly, but be prepared to sit for quite a while. It's certainly well worth it.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good, but not glued together very well. 24 de septiembre de 2016
Por C. W. N. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Good historical drama. Acting was good, casting was good. I like McConaughey, but he's getting pretty typecast. I didn't think the Confederate characters (tax collectors) were developed well enough. The story plods along at points, makes jumps that don't always make sense in points, has descriptors in events at points, and goes forward in time 80 or 90 years to a court hearing that doesn't have a strong connection until the end. I found this last to be a bit distracting, and yet too obvious to the point of the film. Starting with a flashback might have worked, but the flash forward didn't. It had vague historical relevance, and a vague connection to the main characters, but it was largely out of place. Worth the rent.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very good movie for Civil War buffs 30 de septiembre de 2016
Por James L. Sweeney - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Very well done historical movie, recounting the rebellion of small, non-slave holding farmers drafted into the Confederate Army while the planter, slave-holding elite's children were exempt from the draft. The Confederate Army was taxing and confiscating small farmers' property and crops to support the war. The people of Jones County, escaped slaves, small farmers, and Confederate deserters, rebel against repression and the war. We follow through time the changes during the Civil War, its immediate aftermath, Reconstruction, and the Jim Crow Era reaction, culminating in a miscegenation trial of the main character's son during Jim Crow rule in Mississippi. The beginning is a very graphic, but realistic depiction of battle and gore. The scenes are well done and seem authentic for the times. Very good movie for Civil War buffs, Civil Rights history enthusiasts, and simply for a good, based on truth, story.


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