“Selma” creating plenty of awards buzz

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Dustin Chase reviews the movie "Selma" as being edgy, profound, and controversial. It's not a biopic on Martin Luther King but focuses on the events surrounding Selma, Alabama in 1965.

Director Ana DuVernay could make history by being the first African-American female director to be nominated for an Oscar.

Chase says this is a film that everyone will be talkign about so to join the conversation, it's a movie you have to see.