Liberty! The American Revolution (TV Mini-Series 1997)

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Six-hour documentary on the American Revolution, from the passage of the Stamp Act (1765) through the ratification of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights (1789). In addition ... See full summary »


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10 April 2019 | quakex-925-959388
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| Mostly good, except for the the cringey character acting segments
Around 4/5ths of this documentary is great. It really goes into the roots of why things happen, and is presented very clearly.

However, the other fifth of the time are segments with actors dressing up as historical figures and reading out things they had written. The acting is so incredibly awful, and just comes across as corny. Thus, it really takes away from the seriousness of the rest of the documentary. It is so bad that I just have to fast forward all those sections.

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