Netflix has released the final trailer for Netflix's Ava Duvernay miniseries about the Central Park Five. The limited series drops this Friday.
The story of these 5 men is bigger than anything *45 did or said. But the narrative that he was part of building needs to be examined. These narratives make us complicit in stripping people of their humanity. Are you comfortable with this being done in your name? #WhenTheySeeUs https://t.co/EILrKhlqyI— Josh Jackson (@VancityJax) May 28, 2019
Tonight I went to the premiere of @Ava's masterpiece, When They See Us. My stomach + heart hurt throughout the screening, but it gave me so much fuel to continue to fight against all the injustices in our country.— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) May 21, 2019
This is definitely Ava's best film yet.pic.twitter.com/spgLPCvrv7
In light of Trump’s cynical claim to any moral high ground on criminal justice, you should extra, doubly commit yourselves to watching @ava’s “When they See Us” this week to meet the five innocent children he paid to try to kill. https://t.co/QBoDtpMZZv— Scott Hechinger (@ScottHech) May 27, 2019
With @Ava’s #WhenTheySeeUs set for its big NY premiere tonight, let me say it’s the most exquisitely crafted work of her career. It totally leveled me. Bradford Young, take a bow. Jharell Jerome, take a bow. John Leguizamo, Michael K. Williams, Niecy Nash, AVA — take...a...bow.— Kris Tapley (@kristapley) May 20, 2019
#WhenTheySeeUs is haunting, beautiful and true. I can’t wait to watch the series on @netflix and share it with everyone I know. I wish, body and soul, I was in NY at the premier right now. I don’t know why @ava loves us so much, but we’re lucky she does. Thank you, storyteller. https://t.co/x3KcRshk1P— malkia devich cyril (@culturejedi) May 20, 2019
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