A hip-hop artist has visions of being brutally interrogated by the police and begins to doubt his own identity.

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Marvin Gardens / Dwayne Grant
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Jasmine Gardens / Police Detective
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Psychiatrist / Detective
Meshach Peters ...
Marvin Jr.
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Chuck
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Uniformed Cop
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A hip-hop artist has visions of being brutally interrogated by the police and begins to doubt his own identity.

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5 February 2003 (Canada)  »

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Forest Whitaker - Host: [closing narration] For Dwayne Grant, a.k.a. Marvin Gardens, justice was just an illusion. So he escaped into an illusion of his own making. Dwayne Grant... living out his dreams... in the Twilight Zone.
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It's All In the Song
10 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is as much about the world we live in as a Twilight Zone fabrication. A hip hop artist named Marvin Gardens (yes, the Monopoly property) is arrested on suspicion of killing a cop. There are harsh racial things going on all through this episode as his mind flips between his affluent lifestyle and the street. The problem is all about being black and being accused. He is impressive in his denials but the cops are having none of it. This is almost mainstream rather than fantasy. It's a good story. Whether it belongs in this series, I don't know.


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