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A Time to Kill

Synopsis

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Film premiere
Thriller based on John
Grisham's bestselling novel, starring
Matthew McConaughey Samuel L Jackson
Sandra Bullock , Kevin Spacey Carl Lee Hailey , a Mississippi factory worker, shoots the two racist thugs who brutally assaulted his ten-year-old daughter, Tonya. When lawyer
Jake Brigance defends Carl Lee in court, the small town of Clanton is engulfed in a cauldron of conflicting emotions.
Director Joel Schumacher (1996.15)
Digital widescreen Subtitled. ♦ See Films: pp 52-58 **** ♦ Rim of the Week: page 47

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew McConaughey
Unknown: Samuel L Jackson
Unknown: Sandra Bullock
Unknown: Kevin Spacey
Unknown: Carl Lee Hailey
Unknown: Jake Brigance
Unknown: Carl Lee
Director: Joel SchumacHer
Jake Brigance: Matthew McConaughey
Carl Lee Hailey: Samuel L Jackson
Ellen Roark: Sandra Bullock
Rufus Buckley: Kevin Spacey
Ethel Twitty: Brenda Fricker
Harry Rex Vonner: Oliver Platt
Lucien Wilbanks: Donald Sutherland
Sheriff Ozzie Walls: Charles S Dutton
Freddie Cobb: Kiefer Sutherland
Judge Omar Noose: Patrick McGoohan
Carla Brigance: Ashley Judd
Tonya Hailey: Rae'Ven Larrymore Kelly
Norman Reinfield: Jonathan Hadary

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