has always been a master at emotion, but March is perhaps his greatest
work yet, full of vitality and righteousness and passion, as well as
terrifying acts of inhumanity that test the will of the activists.
Lewis' story is in many ways the ultimate American experience, an
examination of how an intense devotion to a dream can often overcome
even the most profound obstacles and Powell is the perfect artist to
showcase Lewis' journey. Despite being a relatively young white man,
Powell appears to have a telepathic link to Lewis, his depictions of the
era so expressive they make it remarkably easy to become fully immersed
in the work."