The American Dream has always been a tremendous influence on American crime films.
‘After the Murder of Albert Lima’ is a daring and valiant documentary about one man’s insatiable quest to bring his father’s murderer to justice
This crusade of a documentary is a private eye into New York’s own law enforcement.
An interesting but cluttered piece proves an essential watch for any francophile, but may not offer anything to the rest of us.
We attended a special screening of the pilot of Netflix’s “Seven Seconds”. This all-too-relevant story of police covering up the hit and run of a black teenager looks to spark a new wave of conversation.
Far away from the frozen, otherworldly streets of ‘In Bruges,’ Ebbing, Missouri burns in Martin McDonagh’s vastly different but equally potent exploration of morality and anger.