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Renowned photographer Gordon Parks wrote and directed this semi-autobiographical drama based on his novel. Newt Winger (Kyle Johnson), a black teen growing up in a racially divided town in 1920s rural Kansas, witnesses a murder for which an innocent man is accused, and his decision to reveal the truth has unexpected and tragic consequences. Understated and beautifully filmed tale also stars Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans, Dana Elcar. 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); documentaries; bonus feature "The World of Piri Thomas" (1968); bonus short "Diary of a Harlem Family" (1968); theatrical trailer; photo essay; more.
Renowned photographer Gordon Parks wrote and directed this semi-autobiographical drama based on his novel. Newt Winger (Kyle Johnson), a black teen growing up in a racially divided town in 1920s rural Kansas, witnesses a murder for which an innocent man is accused, and his decision to reveal the truth has unexpected and tragic consequences. Understated and beautifully filmed tale also stars Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans, Dana Elcar. 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); documentaries; bonus feature "The World of Piri Thomas" (1968); bonus short "Diary of a Harlem Family" (1968); theatrical trailer; photo essay; more.
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Renowned photographer Gordon Parks wrote and directed this semi-autobiographical drama based on his novel. Newt Winger (Kyle Johnson), a black teen growing up in a racially divided town in 1920s rural Kansas, witnesses a murder for which an innocent man is accused, and his decision to reveal the truth has unexpected and tragic consequences. Understated and beautifully filmed tale also stars Alex Clarke, Estelle Evans, Dana Elcar. 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); documentaries; bonus feature "The World of Piri Thomas" (1968); bonus short "Diary of a Harlem Family" (1968); theatrical trailer; photo essay; more.

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