A Black youth with bright prospects of becoming a filmmaker is accused of involvement in a robbery that ended in death carried the burden of presumed guilt by most of those in the criminal justice sentence.
The racism of the London police trigger an uprising of London’s West Indian Community when the cops continually raid their beloved Mangrove Cafe.
When Martha’s infant dies during home birth, she & her husband drift apart because of the different ways they deal with grief.
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A terrific film about the early work of Thurgood Marshall. Click the image to read my entire review.
On the 1st day of 1st grade Mary’s teacher discovers she is gifted in math, setting off a fight between her uncle raising her & his mother over how to do so–in a normal school as he promised her deceased mother, his sister, or isolated in a school for geniuses.
When an American Holocaust writer is sued in England by a denier for defamation of character, she is shocked to learn that her lawyers must prove the truth that the event happened.
When an elderly Jewish Austrian emigrant hires a lawyer to regain custody of Gustav Klimts’ famous portrait of her Aunt, they must go up against the Austrian government.
A long estrangement between The Judge & his lawyer son who fled to escape his father is brought to a climax when the father is charged with murdering a man he hated & the son returns to defend him.