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Subject: Re: MUDBOUND (no spoilers)
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On Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 9:31:04 AM UTC-5, Obveeus wrote:

> MUDBOUND: A 2017 Netflix original film.  Set in/after WWII, this film 
> follows a group of farmers in Mississippi.  Carey Mulligan (AN 
> EDUCATION), Jason Clark (BROTHERHOOD), Garrett Hedlund (TRON LEGACY), 
> and Johnathan Banks (BREAKING BAD) star as a white family full of racism 
> and education without common sense. Rob Morgan (DAREDEVIL), Jason 
> Mitchell (THE CHI), and Mary J. Blige (singer) star as a black family 
> just trying to get by as tenant farmers.  At various times, each of the 
> characters becomes the narrator of the story so that the viewer can gain 
> some insight on their perspective.  This was a slow paced, but well done 
> film.  I enjoyed it even as it is an 'awards worthy' targeted effort. 
> However, I'm not sure I quite understood the change from the start to 
> the finish as that seemed to be more than perspective...perhaps an 
> ethereal bit of hope for the viewer?
>
Been thinking about seeing this. Thanks.