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I'm normally all for movies and documentaries about injustice and police corruption, as it should be shown since they always get away with it, over and over, but in this case it wasn't very pleasant to watch. It all looked fake and done by amateurs. I'm not saying the story of Dontre Hamilton isn't sad but the movie about it just doesn't make it justice. I struggled staying awake more than once with The Blood Is At The Doorstep and that shouldn't happen when you watch this kind of stories.
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