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Color of Justice (1997)

PG-13 | | Drama | TV Movie 7 September 1997
Four young black men kill a white woman. Now the D.A. is very cautious how to pursue this case 'cause it might start a riot. And adding fuel to the fire is a bombastic and vocal black ... See full summary »

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Orderly
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Al
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Funeral Minister
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Four young black men kill a white woman. Now the D.A. is very cautious how to pursue this case 'cause it might start a riot. And adding fuel to the fire is a bombastic and vocal black community leader, who's saying that they will not have a fair trial. And also that they were justified in their actions, cause they were in fear for their lives. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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It isn't just Black and White.

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PG-13
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7 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Az igazság színe  »

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Brilliant and believable performances in a movie with substance
17 May 2002 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

If you enjoy intelligent political dramas as I do 'Color of Justice' is definitely not a movie to be missed.

Despite this being a movie made for TV it delivers in many ways where many movies for cinemas fail. It has a great story and all of the characters are well played and believable.

This movie has enough substance and raises questions for at least one more hour of playtime.

Who will benefit from the trail of 4 black juveniles accused of murdering a white woman? The New York D.A hoping to run for mayor? The rising star TV reporter and the network she is working for? Or maybe the black Reverend Walton (Gregory Hines) claiming the accused are victims of race?

Will justice be done? You will have to see for yourself. Enjoy.

9/10


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