The most exciting part of the movie is the use of a real-life situation in narrating the story of the civil movement. John Lewis said that “he was ready to get into trouble.” He said this while telling the audience what was happening during that movement. This part is useful in sending the message to the audience as it is convincing. He says it in such a manner that makes it live, and the audience sees the reality in what he is saying. His demonstrations are also lively making the story to be exciting in a way to make the audience have the urge to hear more. This strategy is useful in giving an account of a past event to make the audience trust the information because they get it from the first hand from the people who were present during the occurrence of the event. They give an accurate account of what they saw not what they bread from another source which is the more reason why people trust their information.
The writers’ life story on how they became creators and collaborators are also right in making the session lively. Their teachings on how young people should stand out against injustice also show people how they struggle to ensure that they stood against injustices during the civil movement. Similarly, their talk on how young people can exercise their power in society is also useful as they teach young people how to be courageous. According to them, young people should be given credit for having power in society. How they give their answers to their questions, show a lot of professionalism among the writers. This teaches the audience to be professionals in the way they address various issues in society. As a result, this is a real lesson that most of the people present on occasion can learn and use in their life.