A teenage runaway and a widowed father each fight to take matters into their own hands to redeem their dark past.
After a fellow officer takes his life, Chris is forced to reckon with his own suicidal ideations.
With only Detective Byrnes support, Genevieve (a clairvoyant PI) assists in a skeptical police forces investigation.
Despite evidence she’s become a contract killer, Miles searches for his sister at his own peril.
Beginning with George Floyd’s murder and flashing back over a 3-year span, this documentary offers an unprecedented look into the Minneapolis PD under its first female police chief (Janeé Harteau). It chronicles her work to reform a department grappling with racism and officer misconduct. The film reveals the limits of incremental reform and asks, “Could increased gender equity and more women (especially women of color) in police departments contribute to greater public safety?”
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