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      Miniseries – God Save Texas

      2024 Documentary List
      100% 6 Reviews Tomatometer Audience Score Tales of Texas told through the lenses of three directors, chronicling the state's past, present and future. Read More Read Less

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      Episode 1 Aired Feb 27, 2024 Hometown Prison Richard Linklater revisits his hometown to explore its diverse inhabitants, painting a vibrant portrait that encapsulates the criminal justice system of Texas. Details Episode 2 Aired Feb 27, 2024 The Price of Oil Alex Stapleton explores the oil industry's impact on her family, who arrived as enslaved people in the 1830s, built thriving communities and now must cope with the human costs of Texas' biggest money-maker. Details Episode 3 Aired Feb 27, 2024 La Frontera Iliana Sosa examines how "nepantla," an embrace of in-betweenness, characterizes relations to both her Mexican heritage and her hometown of El Paso, Texas. Details

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      Brian Lowry CNN.com For those who watch with an open mind and in good faith, “God Save Texas” should help them understand it a little better, no matter how far they live from the border. One might even say it has the Wright stuff. Feb 28, 2024 Full Review Dan Fienberg Hollywood Reporter God Save Texas may only be a three-part anthology docuseries, but in those three parts, it manages to be wide-ranging, timely and vitally important. Jan 24, 2024 Full Review Sam Russek The Nation God Save Texas, the title, is itself a plea for divine intervention, a symptom of learned helplessness, but Sosa’s pronouncement may as well be the show’s tagline. Mar 30, 2024 Full Review Mike Scott Times-Picayune A deeply personal and deeply moving social justice documentary triptych in which three filmmakers examine their Texas hometowns and, by extension, a different societal specter looming over the Lone Star State. Rated: 3/4 Feb 28, 2024 Full Review Alan French Sunshine State Cineplex Each entry points to the evolving mindsets within Texas, even as it is painted as a monolith by those outside its borders. Rated: 9/10 Feb 27, 2024 Full Review Peter Martin DallasFilmNow.com The trilogy of films is essential viewing for every resident of the state .... [reflecting] many of my own contradictory feelings about the state, while also capturing something about the spirit of the people that offers a measure of hope for the future. Feb 27, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

      Season Info

      Director
      Richard Linklater, Alex Stapleton
      Executive Producer
      Nancy Abraham, Peter Berg, Alex Gibney, Lisa Heller, Richard Linklater, Michael Lombardo, Stacey Offman, Richard Perello, Elizabeth Rogers, Lawrence Wright
      Network
      HBO
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Feb 27, 2024