The film uses historical photos, many from the Library of Congress, as the backdrops for the scenes in which the actors were placed via green screen. A process which director Salvador Litvak calls 'CineCollage'. See more »
Twenty Years Ago - A Letter to Tom
Composed by Augustus Rogers
Arranged by Willie Aron
Original lyric poem by Dill Armor Smith
Performed by Lea Coco - Banjo and Vocals See more »
Daniel Day Lewis was a great Linoln portrayal actor. Gregory Peck was. They both did excellent jobs. Here, in this totally unrealistic and unreal flick everything is wrong, and it can awake only one decent emotion - laughter. And then having one's shoulders shrugged. Awful, amateurish, shallow, slick and very untrue to historical roots, this unfunny, insidious and unreal effort is a waste of time, money and wits. It is not even funny to entertain. It is sepia dark, sickly sour and badly executed imagination-land of what coulda shoulda woulda. My advice - do not even try to watch this. It is awful and empty
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