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Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words is a movie starring Clarence Thomas, Joe Biden, and Anita Hill. A controversial figure, loved by some, reviled by others, few know much more than a few headlines and the recollections...

Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Pack
Writer
Michael Pack
Actors
Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill, Ginni Thomas, Joe Biden
Country
USA
Year
2020
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A controversial figure, loved by some, reviled by others, few know much more than a few headlines and the recollections of his contentious confirmation battle with Anita Hill. A story truly and fully, without cover-ups or distortions.

Comments about documentary «Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words» (6)

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Timothy N.

Well, I'm not sure I understand what the movie was supposed to be about, but I think it was supposed to be about Clarence Thomas, or at least one of his colleagues. He had a problem with the Judiciary, and when he had a chance to be heard, he refused to be heard. He tried to be a good guy, and he was actually an excellent lawyer, but he was given a hard time by his superiors, and that's why he took an interest in the cases. He didn't really understand that he was being paid to be a lawyer, and it was a great thing that he was able to win some cases, but he didn't understand the process. I think he was trying to get the lawyers to understand that what they were doing was not legal, but that they were just being paid to do their job. I don't think he understood the issues of equal protection of the laws. He didn't understand that they were supposed to be equal, and he didn't understand that the Constitution meant that all citizens should have the same rights. That's why he didn't understand the whole Equal Protection clause of the Constitution. I think that's what he wanted to explain to the audience. I think he was trying to be an excellent lawyer, and he was a good one, but he didn't understand the process. I think that's what he wanted to say to the audience. It's hard to explain what I mean, but it's not a very pleasant movie to watch. I didn't think it was very good, but it was a movie I had to watch.

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Harry Olson

If you are a justice of the peace, you have to know this story. It is about a man who was falsely accused of raping a young girl, and was sentenced to death. This film is about the many twists and turns in his life and how he has managed to overcome the problems he had to deal with. It is a fascinating and entertaining story that will bring tears to your eyes. I really enjoyed this film. It is well worth the time.

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Jeffrey

The subject matter of this documentary is definitely a controversial one. It is a look at the life and times of the late Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who is widely regarded as a true American icon, and whose legacy is now being challenged by two current Supreme Court justices. The documentary is largely based on interviews with Thomas' family, and includes personal recollections and writings by Thomas himself. The documentary covers a number of important topics, including his childhood, his early life in Boston, and his early career in the US Supreme Court. He was a tenacious activist who had the support of his wife and his daughters, and even his wife's mother, for his beliefs. He was also a dedicated public servant, and an excellent judge. Thomas was not only a stalwart of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party, but also a critic of the Republican Party's rigid adherence to the Constitution. He was also a dedicated advocate of the civil rights of African Americans, and was one of the founders of the NAACP. The documentary explores his accomplishments and legacy, and the public opinion of his legacy, from his early life, to his death, and beyond. The documentary is based on a book by Walter Pincus, and it is well worth seeing. Thomas is well-known to the American public, but not to the world at large. This film should change that.

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Kyle H.

This documentary was a must see for anyone who cares about civil rights. It tells the story of Clarence Thomas from his time in Washington to his confirmation as a Supreme Court justice. It also goes into the background of Thomas' politics, and his efforts to win confirmation of his nomination. The film is divided into two sections. The first is an interview with Clarence Thomas, who talks about his life and his career. The second is an interview with Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland. This segment is very informative and takes you through a lot of the history of the nomination process. You can tell the director did an excellent job of following the history of the nomination and the confirmation process. This is a must see for anyone who cares about civil rights. I think this is a documentary that will be highly regarded in years to come. 10/10

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Dylan P.

As a member of the African American Studies Department at the University of Texas at Austin, I was lucky enough to have a chance to see this film. It is a wonderful film that documents the life of a man who was treated unfairly during his time in the Texas Supreme Court. As a result, he became a "right to work" supporter. The film does a great job of showing the times in which he worked and how he was treated. The film is also very interesting as it tells the story of the man and his life as a black man in the United States. He was a highly successful businessman who was constantly discriminated against. He also became a "right to work" supporter during his career. However, the film does not paint a picture of a man who was constantly mistreated. It does show how he treated people and how he was treated. I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the justice system.

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Elizabeth Vasquez

As a lawyer, Clarence Thomas was a gifted and brilliant public defender. He had a brilliant legal mind and a reputation for fairness. He did not shy away from the toughest cases, and he was known for the amount of money he brought in. In the late 1970s, however, he was battling a lawsuit by the University of Texas at Austin and a federal lawsuit by the NAACP. When he lost the case, he was dismissed from his law practice, and he went to work for the Justice Department as an assistant attorney general. He also became a defender of the civil rights movement and was a key figure in the integration of the military. In 1984, President Reagan appointed him as a federal judge on the Supreme Court. He went on to become a justice on the Supreme Court, but he never retired from the bench. Thomas is seen in the film as a humble and hardworking man who is now a respected member of the Supreme Court. He is also seen as a man who was able to work with both sides of the issue. The film is a great look at the life of a man who was not one to be taken lightly. In this film, Thomas is shown as a man who was very successful and who was also able to work with both sides of the issue. This film is a good look at the man and his career. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the life of a person who was a justice on the Supreme Court. The film is very well done, and it is easy to understand why Thomas was so respected and a hero to the civil rights movement. Overall, I would give this film a 7 out of 10.