Virtual reality is exactly that: a virtual reality. More often than not, VR is associated with immersing viewers into a gaming experience or a hyper-reality that leaves us in awe. With The Messy Truth, producers Van Jones, Brie Larson and director Elijah Allan-Blitz bring us a different kind of VR experience that is all too real — so real that it will stir up emotions and shock your biases. The Messy Truth puts the viewer in someone else’s shoes, giving them a lens at life through a different perspective. Through this immersive technology, The Messy Truth gives audiences exactly that as it gives an unsettling look at the timely themes of race, mercy, and redemption through someone else’s eyes — literally. Related Story ABFF Creators Launch Inaugural Social Justice Now Film Festival, Michael B. Jordan And Opal Tometi To Serve As Co-Ambassadors Allan-Blitz said that they started to work on the project a week after the 2016 election as Donald Trump took office. From immigration to the mistreatment of women to the blatant abuse of power to the killing of Black people at the hands of the police, people continued to grow divided on social and civic issues. The country started to rapidly… Read full this story
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