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Intolerance No More

USA 2019
produced by
Yeniffer Behrens, Mauricio Mendoza, DeWayne Cox, Sergio Guerrero Garzafox (executive), Rolando Nichols (executive), Xavier Grobet (executive) for IndiEye Productions, Hollywood Riviera Studios, True Form Films
directed by Sergio Guerrero Garzafox
starring Paulette Patterson, Lizza Monet Morales, Lauren Elliott, Christina Morrell, Helen Kennedy, Daniel Chung, Drew Wicks, Yeniffer Behrens, Jim Marshall, Wilky Lau, Rose Kai Lee, Freddie De Grate, Amir Hart, Ariadna Sanchez, Abel Soto, DeWayne Cox, Rolando Nichols, Mark Anthony Cox, Thais Maya, Mario Garcia, Marvin Turpin, Nazarena Nóbile, Charles Fields Chuck, Toribio Barrera, Al Burke, Noel Campos, Eddie Diaz, Emory Duncan, Edward Heim, Grace Leiper, Alvaro Manrique, Michael Sandoval, James Burzelic, Jesus Schettino, Ziapone Luckette, Kenneth Beck, Ambar Martinez, Emily Goldy, Bianca Pietersz, Afra Vivas, Sebastian Gallegos, Mark Motyl, Caesar James, Rene Michelle Aranda (voice), T.C. De Witt (voice), Stephen Pillster (voice), David Perry Webster (voice)
story by Sergio Guerrero Garzafox, screenplay by Jennifer Irons, Sergio Guerrero Garzafox, music by Ralf Lichtenberg

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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When Lucretia (Paulette Patterson) got into an altercation with officer Joel (Drew Wicks), his gun went off eventually, injuring him badly. It was a total accident, but since Lucretia's black she knows nobody will believe her, and thus flees the scene and calls an ambulance only from a payphone a few blocks away to not be actually associated with the affair. Of course, the police soon is investigating, and the story soon hits the media, both mainstream and social media - and the thing soon gets blown out of proportion as pretty much everybody seems to have an agenda in regards to the affair: There's JJ (Daniel Chung), a biker and vlogger who has found the injured officer and tried to apply CPR, but now he wants to sell the footage to the highest bidder, there's news anchor Kate (Helen Kennedy) who doesn't mind if the story she reports live might cause race tensions as long as it brings in good ratings, throwing any and all ethics out of the window in the process, there's Lola, a news vlogger for whom helping Lucretia make her side of the story public is more a question of attitude to impress her followers than doing any actual good, and there's officer Sarah (Christina Morrell), who was secretly in love with the injured cop, and now wants revenge - even if that means tampering with evidence that might prove Lucretia's innocence. The only one who's really there for Lucretia is her best friend Nicole (Lauren Elliott), but she's eventually taken in by the police and tricked into giving away Lucretia's identity. So it's hardly surprising that everything culminates in a stand-off between Lucretia and the police, well-covered by all media, and it seems Lucretia has only minutes to at least get her message out ...


Now ok, by 2020 it's no secret that there are, let's say, some tensions between Afro-Americans and the police in the USA - and no matter which way you look at it, that's not a good thing. So with news about this rather constantly - do we need another movie remind us of it? Well, this one we do, as it refuses to drive home the obvious message with a sledgehammer, instead works as social commentary that documents a situation spiraling out of control by mistakes (some understandable) made by pretty much everyone involved, and that also focuses on the media's involvement in things, often only serving to spin things faster into unexpected directions. As a consequence, this film is made up entirely out of (naturally mock) dash cam, body cam, security cam, go-pro and TV footage, an approach that really fits the story told, as in its essence, this movie is really about what the camera captures just as much, maybe more, as it is about racial tensions as such. But what makes this movie is that despite all its overriding lofty themes it doesn't forget to tell a story that's palpable, populated by characters that feel real and that one can care about, caught up in tense situations, that way making this a thoughtful and compelling but also entertaining movie.


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