"Eight minutes and 46 seconds – The murder of George Floyd" brings to the Sky a documentary about the death of Floyd and the subsequent worldwide protests against racism and police violence to be on TV. You may ask, what was added to the concentrated reporting on Floyd's brutal killing by a police officer in Minneapolis, the knelt the title eight minutes, and 46 seconds on Floyd's neck, and the video recording of the fact tripped demonstrations. But straight in these times of social networks in circulating information snippets it is to classify things, and to be considered in context. The documentation for the target. Unfortunately, they have not achieved it.
of The nearly one-hour Film is a collaboration of the news Department of Sky with the Director, Toby Sculthorpe, who turned recently, a documentary drama about the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann. He summarizes the events surrounding the death of Floyd and the rise of the founded in 2013, the movement "Black Lives Matter" as the beginning of a new civil rights movement in the United States. The documentation extends from the protests of the sixties up to the accusatory words of Floyd's niece, Brooke Williams, in his funeral: "Someone said,' Make America Great Again.' But when was America ever great?“
Trenchant quotes, shocking images, authoritative interlocutor to be gathered. The activist Zellie Imani of "Black Lives Matter" comes to word, Reverend Jesse Jackson, a daughter of Malcolm X, Ilyasah Shabazz, and the writer Bonnie Greer. The time for more in-depth analysis of the Film does not take itself. Maybe he wants to be more than a chronicle. The Overview of the framework boldly formulated assessments: that "Black Lives Matter" was the first global protest movement against racism and for a new Generation of young black people, the dam does not accept important of politicians any longer. With trump's threat of military violence, the protests have become "the battleground between the two major political parties," it says. None of this is substantiated.Updated Date: 20 June 2020, 13:20