Janet Gregory, a single mother with a haunting past, is a paralegal struggling to overcome doubts about Calvin Willis, an African-American husband and father wrongfully accused of raping a ...
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Janet Gregory, a single mother with a haunting past, is a paralegal struggling to overcome doubts about Calvin Willis, an African-American husband and father wrongfully accused of raping a neighborhood girl. Eventually convinced of his innocence, Janet takes Calvin's pro bono case and wages a dramatic and stormy 22-year battle with the justice system that ultimately redeems an unjustly accused man and cements a life-long friendship. Written by
The bar scene was shot at Alamo Jack's in Newnan, GA. Most of the cast extras were recruited there. See more »
At the end of the film, Julia Ormond waits in the hallway for the freed Ali. She leaves her shoulder-bag on the little bench and walks with Ali towards the exit. In the next scene (in the doorway) we see the bag over her shoulder. See more »
It's not a wonder I waited another 3 years to watch this movie a 2nd
time. I felt a song in my heart and a grace. I am grateful for DNA
evidence in my time as it has solved more crimes that it did not
previously. This is the kind of movie one should watch with someone
they love. "The work of time and effort in it's involvement of the
truth" for what it's worth. If there was a God, I couldn't ever
understand why suffering should be mentioned for the one who doesn't
deserve to? The facts of life are important in fairness and justice and
equivalent is the truth. This film teaches us the sincere attitude
toward the truth. It is not fearful but rather the pursuit of what is
fair in feeling, yet fact and respectably, for the people. This film
admires forthright the spirit. This is a a film of justice and
honorable of the pursuit of the answers. We will all get there. The
truth is simply the fact.
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