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Part Two 

The New York City police are shown mounting a conspiracy with prosecutors, to fudge timelines and to ignore conflicting evidence, in order to expedite a guilty verdict against five boys.

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Ava DuVernay

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Julian Breece (story by), Julian Breece (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Asante Blackk ... Kevin Richardson (Teen)
Caleel Harris ... Antron McCray (Teen)
Ethan Herisse ... Yusef Salaam (Teen)
Jharrel Jerome ... Korey Wise
Marquis Rodriguez ... Raymond Santana Jr (Teen)
Marsha Stephanie Blake ... Linda McCray
Kylie Bunbury ... Angie Richardson
Aunjanue Ellis ... Sharonne Salaam
Vera Farmiga ... Elizabeth Lederer
Felicity Huffman ... Linda Fairstein
John Leguizamo ... Raymond Santana Sr.
Niecy Nash ... Deloris Wise
Michael Kenneth Williams ... Bobby McCray
Len Cariou ... DA Robert Morgenthau
Omar J. Dorsey ... Elombre Brath
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The New York City police are shown mounting a conspiracy with prosecutors, to fudge timelines and to ignore conflicting evidence, in order to expedite a guilty verdict against five boys.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

31 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Jharrel Jerome spent a lot of time with the real Korey Wise in order to adopt his speech pattern and mannerisms. See more »

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The defense attorneys never object to the victim being called, despite the fact that her testimony does nothing to directly implicate the defendants. We are told earlier that the judge almost always sided with prosecutors. However, it would still have been wise to raise an objection, since they could not raise that same objection later unless it was already part of the court record. See more »

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Love & Hate
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Written by Michael Kiwanuka
Performed by Michael Kiwanuka
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Oh Hell no
31 May 2019 | by mathiasgoodmanSee all my reviews

Well it's nearly a perfect episode. Acting is a 20/10! I actually hate kids in movies, but this time they're the highlights. I nearly cried at one part, because of the acting. The cinematography was as good as in the first episode...maybe even better.

Why just 8 stars tho? Well I didn't like this Trump bashing and sometimes the episode felt to rushed. Sometimes I asked myself...maybe do 2 episodes out of it and go into more detail. I didn't really like one character...I mean the show told us first to like her and at the end she was an a***ole too! It just happened out of nowhere and many scenes felt too long or too short. Pacing wasn't as good as in the pilot. But maybe I'm too harsh on the show, because this episode was truly great.

Thanks for doing this show Netflix...but stop this Trump stuff....please.


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