Don’t confuse this with the Victor Hugo plot. This is a French film about present-day oppressed minorities. Click the title to read my entire review.
Screenplay by Cynthia Whitcomb, based on the book by Sheyann Webb & Rachel West Nelson, told to Frank Sikora. Cast & characters: Sheyann Webb – Jurnee Smollett; Rachel West – Stephanie Zandra Peyton; Martin Luther King, Jr. -Clifton Powell; Jonathan Daniels – Mackenzie Astin; Betty Webb – Ella Joyce; John Webb – Afemo Omilami; …
When homeless people at an urban library refuse to leave because it is so cold & shelters are full, a librarian is faced with opposing or siding with them.
2 brother engage in a revolt to regain Chicago from the rule of aliens who live underground and rule through collaborators.
Set in NYC this is the story of how the police murder of a black man impacts 3 lives, each person wrestling with his conscience as how to respond.
A mother grieving over the unsolved rape-murder of her daughter hires 3 billboards to prod the police chief to more action, leading to unexpected results.
During the 1967 Detroit Riot racist cops torture black teenagers & 2 white girls at a motel to get them to turn over a gun which they think was fired at them–during the night the cops murder 3 of the blacks.
Thanks to reincarnation a loyal dog enhances the lives of 3 different families & then returns to enrich the life of its original owner, now a lonely adult.
In S.A. the robot cop inventor wants to install A.I. His boss says No, but he goes ahead anyway, & then is kidnapped by crooks wanting to use it for crime.