Picks and Pans Review: Silent Witness: What a Child Saw
A simple street encounter turns deadly when a Korean shopkeeper and a pair of wedding guests are shot by a trio of black teens. That leads to a trial riddled with problems and rancor that are exacerbated by the assignment of a Korean-American prosecutor (Mia Korf) who is under undue pressure from her own community and from her superiors.
With the exception of the dependable Bill Nunn as a beleaguered single working father, the acting isn't very good. But the plot engines—the urban contagions of guns and ethnic divisions—are sturdy.
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