Director: Ava DuVernay
Players: Melina Abdullah, Michelle Alexander, Cory Booker
The documentary film, which gives an opportunity to closely observe American domestic politics, focuses on the prison system of the United States. Although the production, which describes in all its nakedness how the American legal system systematically practices racial inequality, premiered in 2016, it also sheds light on the cause of the protests in America in recent months.
Director: Alessio Cremonini
Players: Alessandro Borghi, Massimilano Tortora, Milvia Marigliano
The film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, highlights legal themes such as mistreatment, torture and the presumption of innocence. Stefano Cucchi, who was stopped by the gendarmerie in Rome and whose top search found drugs on him, is arrested and subjected to physical violence and torture during his detention. Cucchi, who does not have a healthy body, can no longer withstand the torment he sees, and he dies in October 2009. A film that paints a fairly unusual portrait of Rome definitely deserves to be seen.
Director: Joe Berlinger
Players: Lilly Collins, Zac Efron, Angela Sarafyan
The Film focuses on the story of Ted Bundy, who has evolved from a law school student to one of the most horrific serial killers history has ever seen. In doing so, he looks at events from the perspective of his girlfriend, who has long denied the truth about Ted Bundy. Media interest in the case, Bundy's arrest process and dialogue that takes place in court and sits like a stone inside the person, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile are waiting to be discovered on Netflix.
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Players: Gary Oldman, Meryl Streep, Antonio Banderas
Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Jack Bernstein's book Secrecy, the film tells the story of insurance victim Ellen Martin (Meryl Streep). Ellen, who is forced to interrupt her vacation after an insurance scam in which she is a victim, goes after the truth. The clues he obtained as a result of his research lead him to a lawyer in Panama who abuses the world's financial system for his own benefit. Jürgen Mossack (Garry Oldman) and Ramon Fonseca (Antonio Banderas) are adept at using shell companies and making the rich even richer. This duo is about to expose the cases of bribery and tax evasion that underlie the fraud that happened to Ellen…
Director: Tyler Perry
Players: Crystal Fox, Phylicia Rashad, Bresha Webb
A Fall from Grace focuses on the story of a woman accused of killing her husband. Grace Waters (Crystal Fox), who has taken heavy blows in her love life, loses her heart to a young and popular person she has just met. For Grace, who married quickly after a dreamy process, happiness is unfortunately quite remote. As a result of the strange games that her husband practices, Grace is out of her career and out of her sanity. After all these bad events, when her husband dies, all the arrows are turned on Grace. A lawyer gives Grace, who has lost all hope in prison, a helping hand... the film, which also leads to harsh criticism of the American legal system, locks the viewer on the screen with its shocking finale and increasing pace.
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