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Crime + Punishment

Crime + Punishment is a movie starring Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Sandy Gonzales, and Rukia Lumumba. A group of brave NYPD officers risk it all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments.

Other Titles
罪与罚, Zbrodnia + kara
Running Time
1 hours 52 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Stephen Maing
Actors
Sandy Gonzales, Edwin Raymond, Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Rukia Lumumba
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A group of brave NYPD officers risk it all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments.

Comments about documentary «Crime + Punishment» (20)

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Joe

Not sure why this movie is not on the box office, I think people need to go and see it. This is an amazing story of a man who was wrongfully convicted of a murder he did not commit. It was the greatest thing in his life. A man who knew he was innocent and was determined to clear his name. This movie is a great way to learn about the justice system in the United States. It also has an amazing soundtrack. I can't wait to see this movie again, and I am looking forward to watching it again soon.

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Jennifer Hopkins

This movie is the story of the a young man who is a free man, who is at peace with himself and his life. His life is filled with joy and he feels he is at peace with himself. The idea that he was robbed of his freedom is the crux of the story. His father was a gangster and his mother died in a car accident when he was a child. He grew up in a poor neighborhood and had a very hard time growing up. He was a very troubled boy. The movie does an excellent job of showing the full spectrum of the problems a child has to go through to be able to fully come out on top. He is always at odds with the people around him. The movie shows how people try to get him to stop his violence and drugs. His father tried to be a good father but he was not successful. He was very controlling and could not get his son to stop smoking pot. The movie shows how he is very smart and how he is able to learn from his mistakes. He was able to overcome the obstacles that he had in his life. The movie does a very good job of showing how his life could have been much worse. There are many examples of people who have been robbed of their freedom because of their parents and this movie is a very good warning for people who have not had the opportunity to grow up in a loving home. It is important to not take what your parents do for granted and to learn from what they do. I recommend this movie to anyone who has not had the opportunity to grow up in a loving home. It is a must see for anyone who wants to know what it is like to be a free man.

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Nathan C.

I watched this documentary last night, and I have to say that it really changed my perception of life in Iran. In my opinion, this documentary should be a mandatory viewing in every university in Iran. In addition to the excellent content, the documentary also has great interviews with various Iranian people, such as Ayatollah Khomeini, Hamid Reza Naderi, and Agha Mohammadzadeh. This documentary would be a great resource for anyone interested in the Iran/US relationship.

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John Richards

This documentary is very well made. It is so very good that I actually had to watch it twice. If you like documentaries, this is one of the best ones out there. The filmmakers did an excellent job. I thought it was very realistic and it took a lot of courage to do such a thing. The documentary was very well done and I loved it. I am very proud of this documentary and it is something that should be shown in every high school and college. It is not propaganda. I recommend this documentary to everyone.

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Teresa F.

This film is a fascinating look at the history of the "modern" prison system, and the wide-ranging issues it touches upon. For some reason, the film focuses on the US prisons, but the history of slavery in the US is also covered, and the effects on the lives of the people in the prison system. This is not a documentary, as the interviewees are not always properly identified, but I think the result is a very entertaining film.

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Douglas Palmer

The movie is well made. It really does show the difficulty of the lives of the poor. This movie is very good in showing the conditions of poverty in the country and the pain of the poor. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a more realistic and realistic view of the poor people of the country. The movie has a good message of what is happening in the country, but it is also very strong in showing the people who are very poor. They are not bad people, they are just poor people who need help. This movie is very very good. A must see.

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Patrick Hart

Watching "Punishment + Punishment" was a very interesting and enlightening experience for me. This documentary tells the story of a people that's so unlike what you'd ever expect. I have no idea what my ancestors were like, but I can tell you that the stories they tell are something very special. I also found myself laughing a lot, as I do with most documentaries, and I felt that the director did a really good job with the language of the narrator and the way he expressed himself. He really made me feel that this is really a story that I should know and that I could be part of. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the people of the region of Bolivia, their stories, their customs and their culture. I know that it's not just a documentary, it's a way of life, and I think that it's something that any single person could learn from.

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Alan Martin

I really appreciate that this film did not end with a "the bad guys get away with it" scene. The film gives you a sense that the whole thing is really a tragedy. The way the characters talk, the way they interact, the way they act. The film is a visual tour de force. You get a sense that it's just a movie, but you feel like it's real. This is not just a movie about "drugs, violence and death". It is about the whole thing, and how it's affecting people. It's not just a movie about "life" but a movie about "human nature". I think that the film is really effective. It makes you feel a little bit sorry for the people in the story. It's a very powerful film. I would love to see it again. I really feel that it deserves to be seen more widely. If you are looking for a good film, check this out. You will not be disappointed.

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Teresa M.

The movie's themes are really, really important, and, at the same time, also disturb the very human aspect of their subject matter. The filmmaker, Jia, has done a brilliant job, and I think this movie will be a great support for more movies about social and social causes, which really are not meant to make a profit or to benefit the movie industry. I hope this movie gets distributed in the United States, because it deserves it. I would love to see it on video, because it really deserves it.

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Doris T.

This is a great movie that is very inspiring. I think that it is very important to show that good and evil are completely different and have no common ground. I think that it is a very good film for any people of any age, religion, race or background. If you like your movies to be true to life, this is a must see movie. If you don't agree, you can still watch this movie for a great story and to see what we are all about. I think that this movie is the best of the year.

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Adam O.

This film is a must see for anyone who cares about the drug culture and how it affects society. What a shame the mainstream media has not covered this important topic. A film I hope to see again in the future. Thank you for your time.

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Larry M.

A very brave and courageous film. Great production values, excellent photography, and a great story. I would recommend this film to anyone, especially those who have had to face the consequences of the American penal system. The film is an important story about the aftermath of the American penal system, and also about the American justice system. We need to watch this film, and learn from it.

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Kenneth S.

This is a movie that is full of information on the war on drugs. It talks about the roots of the drug war and how the government is manipulating people to make money for the war. The story is about how a group of friends discover that they have an addiction to drugs and they try to stop it. The movie is very well made, I loved how the director decided to show us the very dirty and dangerous way that the government is trying to manipulate the people. It also shows that we are not the only ones in the world that are affected by the drug war. It also shows how the government is trying to control the people through propaganda. The movie is also very well made, it is made in a very simple way. I really recommend this movie to anyone that is interested in the drug war. It is very well done.

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Billy

I saw this documentary in the same theater that saw 'Breaking Bad', and I was blown away by how much it touched me. It is, in my opinion, one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I can't believe that I am reviewing it as a summary, because I think that every single scene in this movie is important and speaks volumes about the current situation in America. But, most of all, it is a very powerful and relevant film. I am not surprised that the film won the Best Documentary Oscar, because it is that powerful. The way that the filmmakers approached the subject of drug addiction was very well done. The subjects were discussed in a realistic and sober way, which made the movie more interesting and understandable. The fact that the subjects were young people, and were not addicts themselves, was also important. As a parent, I can tell you that this film is very real. I felt that the parents of the subjects were very much in control of their children, and that the subjects were in control of their own lives. The subject of drugs was also very important, because it is a taboo subject, and it was very important to show that the subject of drugs is no different than other things that we do in the world. People are not just killing themselves because they are addicted to drugs. They are killing themselves because they are being abused by the society, and that they are being led down a dangerous path that is destructive. I think that this film will be remembered for a long time, and I am looking forward to seeing it again.

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Bryan B.

In my opinion this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It makes you want to do something about your own life. I recommend this documentary to all people who are interested in the topic of crime and punishment. I personally feel that if more people knew about the bad effects that punishment has on people, there would be more people who would try to do something about it. This documentary was very well made, and I really enjoyed it.

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Barbara B.

I just came from a screening of this film in Brisbane, Australia. I'm very proud of this film. I've read the book and watched the movie a couple of times and it left me speechless. There are two things that strike me about this film, the first being the fact that there are so many voices involved in this film, yet they all speak for themselves. The second is that the director of photography and the editor are all Australian, and we can hear them all. This is a very powerful film. It was an excellent performance from all of the actors, and the director and cinematographer also deserve credit. It's a very powerful and important film, and I encourage everyone to see it.

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Ashley Valdez

What a shocker! What an eye opening movie! I wish I knew more about the world of prison life. This movie has it all. I have been in prison and have heard it all. This movie brought it to life. What a great movie and you will be on the edge of your seat watching this movie.

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Henry

I'm sure this movie will offend some people but I highly recommend it. I think it's important that people are aware of what happens to people who are in this situation. We need to talk about this and get help, not just throw away people like this.

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Larry W.

I am a black female and I have a very hard time to understand the outrage of this film. The subject is a very sensitive one, and it is understandable that the filmmakers had to be very careful not to offend anyone. I think the film would have been a great success if it was not for the racial implications. I am glad I did not see it in the theaters, because it would have been a waste of time. However, the film is very good and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a documentary about black history.

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Megan R.

This is a must-see documentary, because it gives an in-depth insight on what the prison system does to the people who are incarcerated. It gives an insight on the psychological issues that come with being in prison, and the severity of it. The film is made by survivors, who share stories about the hell they go through, and the happiness they find in a society that has turned their lives upside down. The main point of the documentary is to educate people about the conditions of the prison system. They also show the harsh conditions they live in. This documentary has a lot of very personal and revealing information about the conditions they have to deal with. The only issue with this documentary is that the subjects who share their stories are mostly children. The documentary doesn't go into detail about how they come to be in prison, or what they have to endure. That doesn't make this documentary bad, but it does make this documentary a bit too soft on the subject. They also don't go into the reasons that some of the children end up in prison, and some end up in prison because of their parents. Overall, this documentary is a must-see for anyone who has ever been in prison or a person who has ever been in prison. The people who share their stories are all very honest and honest in their stories. The documentary is well-made, and I recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries.