The Hurricane HD DVD Review

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Like all skilful people, Norman Jewison makes this look easy. It’s not a film with an ‘epic’ feel, a route which might have tempted other directors, and neither does it carry an air of self-importance. It honours the heavy themes of racism, injustice and social inequality without sacrificing entertainment to an agenda. By telling the story without exaggeration it remains a film about people, quiet ones, and allows them to play their crucial part. He could have made a more outwardly exciting film, but instead made a thoughtful and moving one.

As a disk package it has all the important things: great picture and sound quality, with worthwhile extras that give us access to the thoughts of a talented director and a chance to meet some of the real people behind the story of Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter.
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