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No God, No Master: The Sometimes Dry Story On Fighting Social Injustice

8 April 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

Over the past decade (or thereabouts; his work is almost invariably released in the U.S. years after being shot), writer-director Terry Green has made three films, the first of which, the John Mahoney–starring Almost Salinas, was self-distributed in 2003. That one's since been lost in the home-video ether, but the next two — Heavens Fall, from 2006, and No God, No Master, his newest work — indicate that Green is both a capable filmmaker and a clear history buff.

Green favors trailblazing public figures railing against social injustice: in Heavens Fall, it's Timothy Hutton's Samuel Leibowitz, a New York lawyer who travels to Alabama in 1933 to defend the Scottsboro Boys; in No God, No Master, it's U.S. Bureau of Investigation »

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