Torn-from-the-headlines exploitation or daring social commentary? Joseph P. Mawra’s film is a little of both, using the true story of the killing of civil rights workers in the American deep South as a gritty springboard for another ultra-low-budget entry from the director of Chained Girls.
From the prolific (and mysterious) exploitation director Joseph P. Mawra comes this noir-lit and furious grindhouse affair about a racist police force. Based on a true story, much of the material boldly confronts American race relations even as its underscored by a low-budget, sleazy aesthetic.
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