Directed by Stephen Spielberg, Lincoln is the story of the last few months of Abraham Lincoln’s life. It is a movie that shows how a president is able to get things done while in office. In this instance, this president is trying to pass the 13th Amendment.
It is 1865, the Civil War is coming to an end, United States president, Abraham Lincoln is trying to get rid of slavery in the United States. He feels an urgency to get the law passed before the war ends so that the Southern States will not be able to fight against it. This movie is the story of his struggle to do the right thing.
This movie was rated PG-13 for an intense scene of war violence, some images of death and carnage and brief strong language. Be sure to check with your parents before watching.