REVIEW: by Peter Nichols | C
As an African American filmmaker, Frederica Armstrong is using her film, Guilty, to point out the racial tension on going in American daily. She would have experienced this first hand through a close relative or a friend or maybe on a general note. Whatever her experience, we have all shared in it close up or not so distant. So it is a frequent subject to us all, but it is personal to her, as it has taken her effort to put it out as a film. And yes, this film shines light on the issue, once again, which will inturn prompt discussions about it.
Guilty is about a disgraced cop who is found not guilty of the murder of an unarmed child. Now the ghost of the child is haunting him to tell the truth. (Running time: 11:55)
Guilty is raw, gritty and direct.
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