Directed by Marc Forster. Written by Milo Addica and Will Rokos. At the Bridge. In two striking performances, Billy Bob Thornton plays Hank, a white death row prison guard in a rural Georgia penitentiary, and Halle Berry is Leticia, the African American woman with whom he falls in love after participating in her husband's execution. It's a potboiler, but a potboiler with class -- told in hushed tones with minimal dialogue, understated music and long stretches of silence when the camera regards our tortured protagonists and allows their faces to do the explaining. Director Marc Forster "Everything Put Together" has a wonderful sense of pacing and casts a haunting sheen over this tale of damaged souls seeking redemption.
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Berry, 51, and Craig, 50, star in the drama about the city of Los Angeles during the riots prompted by the acquittal of four police officers in the death of Rodney King. The two come across the children looting a shop along with other rioters, and try to get them back in the car but are stopped short when an armed police officer encounters them. He fires off a warning shot when he sees that Berry has a broken handcuff on her wrists. Berry plays a single mother who takes in homeless children and has eight kids living with her.
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