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For Justice (2015)

A female FBI agent finds herself caught between her family and her work.

Director:

Ava DuVernay

Writer:

Rene Balcer

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Cast

Credited cast:
Leonardo Nam ... Leon Kwang
Tim Blake Nelson ... Ochs Rainey
Shawn Hatosy ... Jess Kinney
Phylicia Rashad ... Georgina Howe
Anika Noni Rose ... Natalia Chapin
Rachel Boston ... Ellie Ashworth
Colman Domingo ... Hank Lewis
Mario Van Peebles ... Ben Tolan
Tonya Pinkins ... Marian Horn
Aml Ameen ... Brandon Horn
Michael DeBarge ... Protester
Derek Michalak ... Sniper
Kenya Brome ... Valerie Dennis
Julian Gamble ... Mayor Sanders
Rene Balcer ... Mourning Local Politician
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FBI agent Natalia Chapin (Anika Noni Rose) and Justice Department lawyer Jess Kinney (Shawn Hatosy) lead an investigation by the Justice Department's Civil Right Division into the brutal murder of an African American business leader in small-town Ohio. Chapin, Kinney and their boss Ochs Rainey (Tim Blake Nelson) confront seething divides in the town and its police force - all being stirred by Tom Berryman, a mysterious former 70s radical bent on inciting a race war. A demonstration led by the murder victim's son (Aml Ameen) culminates in a police riot. As Chapin and Kinney unravel the mystery behind the murder, the threat against the town escalates, much to the displeasure of Rainey's boss, U.S. Attorney General Georgina Howe (Phylicia Rashad). Though Chapin and Kinney unmask Berryman as the killer and thwart his plan to murder the victim's son during a service at a local church, Berryman escapes. Later, Chapin discovers that Berryman is a former comrade of her own father Ben Tolan (...

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Suffern, New York, USA

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