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Amidst daily reports about the trial of policeman Derek Chauvin, the gruesome death of George Floyd, and this week’s police shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota, it may seem perverse to revisit a different racially-charged trial from 2015.
Yet, the film, 3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets, as well as being a compelling real-life courtroom drama, offers some clarity about race and injustice in the pre-Trump era.
For the full review by Liam Lacey by clicking HERE.