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Blind Faith 1998

Blind Faith ★★½ 1998 (R)

In 1957, John Williams (Vance) is a struggling new lawyer, living with elder sibling Charles (Dutton) and his family in a Bronx neighborhood. The first black NYPD sergeant, Charles has an uneasy relationship with his eldest son, Charlie (Whitt). The family's shocked when Charlie's accused of murdering a white boy during a robbery attempt, especially when he confesses. John thinks the cops beat the confession out of the boy and becomes determined to defend him but he gradually becomes suspicious of the story Charlie is telling him. 122m/C VHS, DVD . Courtney B. Vance, Charles S. Dutton, Garland Whitt, Kadeem Hardison, Lon-ette McKee, Karen Glave, Dan Lett; D: Ernest R. Dickerson; W: Frank Military; C: Rodney Charters; M: Ron Carter. CABLE

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