Lives are torn apart after a police officer suffering from PTSD shoots a deaf African-American kid.

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Irin Daniels (as Irin Iroc Daniels)

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Irin Daniels (as Irin Iroc Daniels), Reginald Kennedy | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
McMagic Cardenas McMagic Cardenas ... Sam's Partner
Reginald Kennedy ... Nate
Owen Conway ... Sam
Prince DeBoskie Prince DeBoskie ... Nate Jr.
Alma Marin Alma Marin ... Yesenia
Jessica Morgan ... Rachel
Wendell Burris Wendell Burris ... Tray
Kamilah Sheats Kamilah Sheats ... Amina
Wakena Deboskie Wakena Deboskie ... Tatianna
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Sliman Ibraahim Al-Shalan Sliman Ibraahim Al-Shalan ... Extra
Rea Jean Alcala Rea Jean Alcala
Rudy R. Amador Rudy R. Amador ... Cop Confidant
Deana Anderson Deana Anderson
Robert Anderson Robert Anderson ... Judge
Blu-Ray Authoring Blu-Ray Authoring ... Alexander Kine
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Vastly different lives and perspectives become intertwined after a police officer suffering from reoccurring PTSD mistakenly shoots a deaf African-American kid, exposing layers of racial tension and corruption within the political, judicial and prison system.

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Bad movie, good topic. Makes us more aware of cops criminals and injustice.
28 April 2019 | by NijazBaBsSee all my reviews

This movie looks like it was made by force, without any will. There is some action, emotions, girls, but it is all looking tired, not interested, and lasts so short without any details. Because of lack of these details everything looks amateur and fake. You won't see gore, tears, sounds like in cool rare movies. Only reason I did not rate it worst is because it at least has some lessons and emotions and is similar to real life, that's my 3 stars. Not worth watching, will not make you excited. I liked that this movie makes us more aware what is happening around us, especially about justice, law, and police.


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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

28 September 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The System See more »

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Marmera Pictures See more »
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