After a lawyer gets disbarred, he goes off to write a book about his experience. He meets a man who lets him read his manuscript. The man dies and the lawyer passes the book off as his. Just when the book becomes a big success. He gets arrested for the true life murders of the five lawyers in his book. He then finds himself, trying to prove that he is innocent of the murders.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for language, nudity, a scene of strong sexuality and some violence
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Did You Know?
When Dubose receives the book in the mail and flips the cover open to see the autograph from Lawson you can see that all the words from the book cover on the inside of the book are complete gibberish. None of them make sense in any recognizable language. See more
This addition is all in fun.
When Det. Dubose feeds his cat, the cat is "surprised", with the canned food presented before him.
The cat would have been bothering him as soon as he opened the can. See more
You're going downtown!
On what charge?
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Oh Yeh Yai
Performed by Terrance Simien
and The Mallet Playboys
Written by Terrance Simien
Courtesy of Terrance Simien Music/BMI See more