Martin Luther King, Jr. Drama MEMPHIS Is Not Dead

By Nov 18, 2012 Comment (0)

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http://simonblog.com/?p=How-To-Start-A-Home-Based-Makeup-Artist-Business How To Start A Home Based Makeup Artist Business As I mentioned above, the story takes place during the final days of Dr. King’s life in the titular Tennessee city, juxtaposed with the manhunt for King’s assassin, James Earl Ray, ‘involving some of the federal authorities who, at Hoover’s direction, had dogged King’s every step with wiretaps and whispering campaigns before the civil rights leader’s death.’

The Memphis script apparently doesn’t skip some of King’s more imperfect qualities such as infidelity, but as for now the story is ‘a powerful testament to King’s struggle and sacrifice’ that depicts him as a human being.

Keep your fingers crossed and hope everything works out.

The aforementioned Greengrass drama about the Somali pirate heist that stars Tom Hanks, hits theaters on October 11th, 2013.

Paul Greengrass

Source: Deadline

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