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A documentary examination of the accusations of sexual misconduct against the Duke University lacrosse team that were ultimately found to be baseless

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Marina Zenovich
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Episode credited cast:
Joe Alleva Joe Alleva ... Himself
Bradley Bannon ... Himself
Bill Bell Bill Bell ... Himself
Richard H. Brodhead Richard H. Brodhead ... Himself
Jackie Brown Jackie Brown ... Herself
Delois Burnette Delois Burnette ... Herself
William Chafe William Chafe ... Himself
Joe Cheshire Joe Cheshire ... Himself
James E. Coleman James E. Coleman ... Himself
Jim Coman Jim Coman ... Himself
Jim Cooney Jim Cooney ... Himself
Roy Cooper ... Himself
Shawn Cunningham Shawn Cunningham ... Himself
Tricia Dowd Tricia Dowd ... Herself
Dave Evans Dave Evans ... Himself
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A documentary examination of the accusations of sexual misconduct against the Duke University lacrosse team that were ultimately found to be baseless

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In 2006, there was judgment before justice.


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13 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Amazing Film
28 May 2017 | by DBLasdonSee all my reviews

Marina Zenovich delivers a powerful film with compelling characters and great pacing. She presents what happened without bias as it unfolded. Nothing is rushed. The Duke lacrosse team appears guilty. Mike Nifong appears to be a hero fighting for women everywhere. She presents the case in both Durham and nationally, rich vs. poor, white vs. black, outsider vs. local. She doesn't leave any opinions out. The five most central figures in this film weren't interviewed.

That'd be a disaster for most directors, but Zenovich is undeterred. We hear from the lacrosse players' parents and they deliver the type of emotion that the players might not have. She gets us into Mike Nifong's head without Nifong saying a word.


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