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Just Mercy is a dramatic American film, based on a true story. A young lawyer, Bryan Stevenson, moves to Alabama to defend people who were wrongly condemned or were not afforded proper legal representation. He becomes embroiled in the case of Walter McMillian, who was found guilty of murder despite a preponderance of evidence which exonerated him.
The film contains themes of racism and miscarriage of justice as well as a scene where it is implied that a man is executed by electrocution.
Two police officers menace a lawyer by holding him at gunpoint and shoving him against a car. A man resists entering his prison cell, causing the guards to punch him before pinning him to a bed.
The film contains use of the words, “shit”, “son of a bitch”, and “ass”.
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