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Directed by Jeff Nichols (“Mud,” “Midnight Special”), the film stars Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga, Nick Kroll, Michael Shannon and Marton Csokas.
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It was 50 years ago that the landmark Supreme Court case Loving v.
And while racism hasn’t disappeared, the state’s marital melting pot now includes people from all over the world.The pair returned to Virginia and, slowly, Virginia began to look more like them.Black hands joined with white hands at altars from Hampton Roads to Herndon as the state that once served as the capital of the Confederacy grew more populous, more diverse and more tolerant. Most Americans have never heard of Mildred and Richard Loving.But next week, a Hollywood movie will introduce the country to a time and place - 58 years ago in Virginia - when a sheriff could burst into a couple’s bedroom and arrest them for being married. 4, tells the story of Mildred and Richard, young romantics who became felons when they dared to wed in 1958.