#
buy premium
Do you have a video playback issues? Please disable AdBlocker in your browser for our website.
Movies123
 FAVORITE
ico
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.
Get Premium
Watch on MixDrop/MyStream
ico
All our servers are currently overloaded.Please try again later or get our premium subscription.
Get Premium
Refresh page
Oops...
Something went wrong
Try again later.
Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992
  • Reset
Here You can choose a playback server.

Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992

Description
An in-depth look at the culture of Los Angeles in the ten years leading up to the 1992 uprising that erupted after the verdict of police officers cleared of beating Rodney King.
Actors: Jung Lee,
Jung Lee
Jung Lee
Tom Elfmont,
Tom Elfmont
Tom Elfmont
Lisa Phillips,
Lisa Phillips
Lisa Phillips
Michael Moulin,
Michael Moulin
Michael Moulin
Mark Jackson,
Mark Jackson
Mark Jackson
Tim Goldman,
Tim Goldman
Tim Goldman
Georgiana Williams,
Georgiana Williams
Georgiana Williams
Gary Williams,
Gary Williams
Gary Williams
Terry White,
Terry White
Terry White
Donald Jones,
Donald Jones
Donald Jones
Henry Keith Watson,
Henry Keith Watson
Henry Keith Watson
...»
Genre: Documentary
Director: John Ridley
John Ridley
John Ridley October1965, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2017
IMDb: 7.8
Quality:
Duration: 144 min
COMMENTS (0) Sort by Newest
Newest Oldest
Movies123 User
+ Add comment
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992
CRITICS OF "Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992"
Movies123
Common Sense Media
Resource

April 26, 2017

Wrenching, must-see docu probes racial violence in L.A.
Movies123
San Francisco Chronicle
Resource

August 30, 2017

What makes the astoundingly edited "Let It Fall" so powerful is that it's an oral history, told through many angles: residents, police officers, victims, families of the victims, witnesses, jurors and a host of others.
Movies123
Reel Talk Online
Resource

April 21, 2017

Juxtaposing footage of the actual events with the narrative of each of their storytellers, Let It Fall does its part to maintain a sense of urgency around a narrative that still needs to be discussed, interrogated, and accounted for.
Movies123
Los Angeles Times
Resource

April 20, 2017

The strength of "Let It Fall" is in its remarkable contemporary interviews, compelling both for the people recorded and the way the conversations are allowed to unfold.
Movies123
The Nation
Resource

April 27, 2017

It's like looking into the heart of all those single flames that made the conflagration.
Movies123
Laramie Movie Scope
Resource

October 15, 2017

This long documentary (two hours, 24 minutes) takes us back 10 years before the L.A. riots and shows us events which led up to them. The film pays particular attention to the relationships between police, blacks and the Korean American communities.
Movies123
Chicago Tribune
Resource

September 19, 2017

[Let it Fall] accomplishes what straightforward nonfiction narrative can do in the best of circumstance.
Movies123
TheWrap
Resource

April 21, 2017

Laying a groundwork of personal testimony and archival assemblage that tells the story of what Ridley calls "the uprising," there's directness when needed, detail (often horrific) when appropriate, and complexity where least expected.
Movies123
Flavorwire
Resource

May 06, 2017

'Let It Fall''s construction is shrewd: it moves fast from the verdict into the riot, far faster than the other films, but effectively dramatizes the speed with which the conflict escalated.
Movies123
Chicago Reader
Resource

August 10, 2017

Not wasting a minute of its two-and-a-half-hour running time, this remarkable documentary echoes O.J: Made in America by examining the Los Angeles riots.
Movies123
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Resource

October 02, 2017

An essential documentary that covers the heightened racial tensions in LA from 1982-1992.
Movies123
New York Times
Resource

April 20, 2017

Teeming with acts both heroic and reprehensible, John Ridley's wrenchingly humane documentary, "Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992," reveals the Los Angeles riots as the almost inevitable culmination of a decade of heightening racial tensions.
Movies123