Mississippi Burning


Watch Mississippi Burning (1988)

When three civil rights activists disappear in the small town of Mississippi, FBI agents of very different styles, Alan Ward and Rupert Anderson, send them to them. A junior agent trained at the FBI school meets the small towns of his former sheriff's partner.

Mississippi Burning is a simple movie, but it has a lot to offer the viewer. I really recommend to see and put Mississippi Burning on the list of the best films, because Mississippi Burning certainly deserve it. The soundtrack is very good too. Mississippi Burning also looks nice from the soundtrack side. It can be interpreted in many ways. Alan Parker's films play on emotions and are able to move a more sensitive viewer. Mississippi Burning is one of the best possible choice for a saturday evening with cinema.... Show more

Directors: Alan Parker
Countries: United States
Release: 1988
Duration: 128 min
IMDb Rating: 7.8