The film is done with a theme to provide illustrative information to all lovers of the proud country for the President of USA Abraham Lincoln who created history after the Civil War of Independence and the untimely end of his era in planned murder coup.
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The film takes you back to the black day in the history at Ford’s Theater in downtown Washington, D.C. in 1865. The livid description to the characters, background characterized by haunting music makes livid the memories. The history always plays a major part in country’s culture and repeating and creating movie will bring back the faded and rather unknown mystery occurred on that fateful day. The subject is apt for the world history and history buffs and chronologically shows the after effects of Civil War of Independence.
This movie is made from the book written by The Day Lincoln Was Shot: An Illustrated Chronicle, by Richard Bak, has mirrored author’s effort to bring back the fresh memories of fateful day in the history of the nation. The portrayal of character Booth in this gives new meaning to the context of assassination and the empathy and passion for the character is widely acclaimed. Booth’s character shows passion and spirit for the nation gives a fresh lease to new thoughts in the history occurred. The necessity of his character being seen from empathetic view is a beautiful insight.
The grip that movie holds like book till the end makes one love to watch. The amount of research on this issue has been justified in this movie. Booth’s action viewed as last minute act carried out to save the cause of his belief than thought as random act of madman is a revelation. The verbal account of the assassination by the witnesses available to the crime committed in the Presidential box in Ford’s theatre by engaged young couple featured is quite good job.
But movie is reluctant to the bring light to the lack of cooperation of Samuel Mudd in helping to capture Booth to the authorities and the suspicion surrounding Mudd in aiding and abetting the murder in escape which is boldly portrayed in book by Bak which is sad for history lovers. The traces of Lincoln’s and Booth’s character portrayal what research has been done is tried shows movies authenticity to the subject-history.
Lincoln and Booth’s other side of life of romantic and loving side comes as fresh air in a chilling experience of assassination of the President. The comical relationship of Lincoln with Mary Todd and Booth’s courtship with young and fair Lucy Hale, daughter of an American ambassador, relation of Lincoln with his youngest son Tad is well knitted throughout the film. A spectacular movie made on a issue of prime importance for the history of the nation and an era created history by itself.
The title given has been given merit with the justice done. I would love to suggest this movie dramatizing actual historical events which expand the mind as well educate and entertain helping to build the nation.
as little as 3 hours