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This unnervingly vivid dive into the 1971 uprising from Emmy® winning director Stanley Nelson sheds new light on the enduring violence and racism of the prison system and highlights the urgent, ongoing need for reform 50 years later.

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Sep 17, 2021

Nelson’s newest film ... may be his most important yet. ... That’s why it’s hard to criticize Nelson when there are gaps in his storytelling.

Metacritic review by Dan Fienberg
Dan Fienberg
The Hollywood Reporter
Sep 17, 2021

The description of the actual re-claiming of the prison by the corrections officers and the national guard is told in horrifying detail, and the torture and punishment of the surviving prisoner are much worse. I dare you to watch it today and not get angry about the racial divide that existed in the 70s.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
Sep 11, 2021

The racial context is incisive; the retelling is tense, tight and chilling. These kinds of stories are emotionally wrenching to watch but can’t be told too often.

Metacritic review by Brad Wheeler
Brad Wheeler
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)