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The truth is that many well-educated, sophisticated white people lived through years of minority rule in South Africa barely thinking about what was happening to the rest of the population. In this film set in the 1970s, teacher Ben Du Toit is only roused into action after his gardener's son goes missing during a demonstration. Ben gets slowly caught up in the family's search for justice, and begins to learn how little the rule of law means under the apartheid regime. This is a powerful, well-acted film, made just before the system crumbled.
This touching and often harrowing drama tells the story of an unlikely friendship between Nelson Mandela and a racist prison guard.
14+ years 113 mins
In the US south in the 60s, just after the passing of the Civil Rights Act, a black police officer is arrested for a prominent white citizen's murder.
11+ years 102 mins
Harper Lee adaptation about an idealistic white laywer in 1930s Alabama who takes on the case of a black man accused of an awful crime.
11+ years 124 mins
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