When I read about Fruitvale Station, winning so much praise, I thought, how dramatic can it be? We know the guy dies. But I was so wrong, the film has real heart and emotional involvement because it is so "day in the life of". As you're watching the events leading up to this senseless end, you become more and more invested in Oscar Grant. By the time the credits roll, you're left with rage and sadness. At least that's how I felt.