Fred Hampton was the leader of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party. This film depicts his brutal murder by the Chicago police and its subsequent investigation, but also ... See full summary »
In a dreary North London flat, the site of perpetual psychological warfare, a philosophy professor visits his family after a nine-year absence, and introduces the four men, father, uncle, and two brothers, to his wife.
CIA Colonel Harper's men are robbing military armories in order to supply South American rebels. They hide near Granite Lake, a small town policed by sheriff Jack Steiger. When colonel's men let loose on the town, Jack must stop them.
After the success of 'Othello', Eamonn Walker was snapped up by the American market in this film to act alongside Courtney B. Vance ('Tuskegee Raiders'), having previously worked with Laurence Fishburne in his directorial debut. Although Eamonn may not be a Sidney Poitier, it was good to see a Black Englishman paired up with a Black American.
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