Summary: The struggle of Abraham Lincoln to wipe out slavery.
Review: Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of US has here a representation of excellence by the hand of master Spielberg. The movie gives the perfect notion of how weighted and hard was the decision of sacrificing more lives during the last period of a long Civil War in order to achieve higher values such as the abolishment of slavery. It’s from public knowledge that Lincoln was a man of great value, devoted to his work and family and a self-thinker, but I hadn’t idea that he was a fantastic well-humored storyteller. The characterization of the president is irreproachable, while Daniel Day Lewis counts another performance for Oscar in his career. For all that “Lincoln” lacks in emotion, it compensates with objectivity, simplicity of structure and historical portrayal.