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(1999)

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Denis Leary stated that he had never watched this movie, believing that his head would explode if he saw himself acting in a scene next to Clint Eastwood.
The movie was a failure at the box-office earning back less than half of its production cost and making it Clint Eastwood's second worst performing picture of the 1990s after White Hunter Black Heart (1990).
Clint Eastwood's twelfth film as a producer and his twenty-first as a director.
The film was made and released about two years after its source novel of the same name by Andrew Klavan had been first published in 1997.
Appearing in the movie as D.A. Cecilia Nussbaum is Frances Fisher, the former partner of Clint Eastwood. The pair's relationship ended in 1995 and the two worked together four years later on this film.
Second of two Clint Eastwood pictures co-starring actress Diane Venora who had played Chan Parker in Eastwood's Bird (1988) around eleven years earlier.
The name of the newspaper Steve Everett (Clint Eastwood) wrote for was "The Oakland Tribune". The name of the paper he use to write for was "The New York Times".
Playing Kate Everett, daughter of Steve Everett (Clint Eastwood), was Francesca Eastwood, the real life daughter of Eastwood.
Daughter Francesca Eastwood, her mother Frances Fisher, her father Clint Eastwood, and his wife Dina Eastwood, all appeared in the movie.
As Steve Everett, Clint Eastwood played a recovering alcoholic. Eastwood previously played a heavy drinker in Honkytonk Man (1982).
Debut feature film as an actress for Dina Eastwood, wife of Clint Eastwood. Eastwood and television journalist Dina Ruiz married in 1996. This was the first of two of Eastwood's films that Dina has appeared, the second being in Blood Work (2002).

Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

In the novel, the death-row inmate was white. Clint Eastwood changed his race for the film to "make it more relevant". The book author deliberately choose to make the inmate white because it would be more believable that people would fight for him as witnessed in the Illinois State Freedom Project.

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