Stranger Fruit (2017) - Documentary

Hohum Score

95

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What really happened on August 9th, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri? That afternoon, Officer Darren Wilson killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. 'Stranger Fruit' is the unraveling of what took place, told through the eyes of Mike Brown's family.

IMDB: 4
Director: Jason Pollock
Stars: Michael Brown Sr., Maxine Brown
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 8 out of 36 found boring (22.22%)

One-line Reviews (13)

I spent most of the screen time groaning and rolling my eyes at the ham-handed propaganda.

This waste of time is a sad excuse for "journalism" that purports to give a "true" accounting of an undeniably tragic event.

Compelling and Noteworthy.

Half Truths, Logical Reaches, SJW Revisionist Propaganda .

It just tells a strong and compelling story.

Not only is the material weak and selective (only those accounts that support the filmmakers clear agenda are allowed on screen), but the entire mess is dull.

This film is pure race-baiting propaganda and lies.

This piece of rubbish is garbage-tier propaganda.

The thought that anyone would watch this one-sided, racially charged propaganda and accept it as an investigative documentary is disturbing.

Complete racism and disgusting propaganda.

Straight Racial Propaganda .

A Detailed and Fascinating Account of the Killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO .

Propaganda film