One woman refuses to give up her seat in a "whites only" section of a public bus. The Bus stops, the city stops, the world stops. December 1, 1955, Montgomery, Alabama. A time when resentment gives birth to rebellion; when a gesture has the power to bring about change. This single act by Rosa Parks inspires an uprising that will make history, and make a leader of Martin Luther King Jr

Year: 2001
Genre: Drama, TV Drama, True Stories
Country: USA
Director: Clark Johnson
Starring: Jeffrey Wright, Carmen Ejogo, Terrence Howard
Duration: 112 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains coarse language.
Location in store: Drama
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