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★★★★ As a wake-up call to a nation, it is tense, tough and terrifyingly timely.
Mark Kermode's Film of the Week, Observer
In July 1967, a police raid erupted into a street riot that besieged a large expanse of Detroit for five days.The action is centred on the Algiers Motel on a sweltering hot July night, where a random shot from a starting pistol brought in the National Guard and a large number of police sharpshooters. Three black men were left dead and several more brutally beaten. Freighted with characteristic dramatic intensity and shot with a gritty realism, Bigelow’s latest is a timely reminder of the deep and potentially lethal divisions in American society.