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In the new thriller The Suspect, Mekhi Phifer stars as one of a pair of social scientists who pose as bank robbers in an effort to understand the racial dynamics of small-town law enforcement. As police attempt to work through the case, the experiment takes an unexpected and deadly turn. Phifer, who's also an executive producer of The Suspect, spoke with Shadow And Act about making the film as it comes to DVD and Blu Ray this week. Jai Tiggett: With the racial dynamics in the film, the tone seems similar to In The Heat of the Night. Mekhi Phifer: Yes! I was just thinking that. That film's one of my favorites of all time. Jt: Is that one of the things that attracted you to the »
- Jai Tiggett
Mekhi Phifer's acting career is hotter than ever. Not only does the 39-year-old stud appear in Divergent, the popular sci-fi franchise starring Shailene Woodley, but he also currently stars in The Suspect, which according to Phifer, centers on a "mix between the usual suspects and in the heat of the night." According to the thesp, he plays "a guy who could be a bank robber who could be a college professor and all of these kind of twists and turns happen," but guest host Loni Love had another question on her mind: has the actor ever been racially profiled in real life? Or as Love likes to call it, dealt with a difficult experience while "driving while »
A small town bank robbery leads to a brutal showdown between a sheriff and a mysterious stranger in this high stakes game of shifting identities and hidden motives. When the obvious suspect is apprehended not far from the crime scene, the police think that the case is solved, but they couldn't be more wrong. The real crime hasn't even happened yet. Before it's over, two desperate men will be pushed over the line where innocent lives - and a lot of money - hang in the balance. We have an exclusive clip from The Suspect, which features star Mekhi Phifer posing as a college professor during his apprehension by two local police officers. Check it out, then be sure to check out this tense thriller when it arrives April 22.
The Suspect, the feature debut by Stuart Connelly, a film we first alerted you to in late 2011, when it was in pre-production, is now set for release on DVD, on April 22, 2014, stars Mekhi Phifer and Sterling K. Brown. According to the film's synopsis, Pfifer and Brown play two African American social scientists who pose as bank robbers in an effort to understand the racial dynamics of small-town law enforcement. However, their experiment takes an unplanned, deadly turn. A small town bank robbery leads to a brutal showdown between a sheriff and a mysterious stranger in this high stakes game of shifting identities and hidden motives, starring Mekhi Phifer (ER), William »
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