The powerful true story of Harvard-educated lawyer Bryan Stevenson, who goes to Alabama to defend the disenfranchised and wrongly condemned — including Walter McMillian, a man sentenced to death despite evidence proving his innocence. Bryan fights tirelessly for Walter with the system stacked against them.
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|Company||:||Netter Productions, Outlier Society Productions, Endeavor Content, MACRO, One Community, Participant Media, Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Michael B. Jordan as Bryan Stevenson, Brie Larson as Eva Ansley, Jamie Foxx as Walter McMillian, O'Shea Jackson Jr. as Anthony Ray Hinton, Rafe Spall as Tommy Champan, Rob Morgan as Herbert Richardson, Tim Blake Nelson as Ralph Myers, Rhoda Griffis as Judge Pamela Bachab, J. Alphonse Nicholson as Henry Davis, Karan Kendrick as Minnie McMillian, Hayes Mercure as Jeremy Doss, Lindsay Ayliffe as Judge Foster, Dominic Bogart as Doug Ansley, Tim Hooper as Charles Cooper, Office Manager, Andrene Ward-Hammond as Brenda, John Lacy as Bill, Michael Harding as Sheriff Tate, Ron Clinton Smith as Woodrow Ikner, C.J. LeBlanc as John McMillian, Kelly Mumme as Stella Taylor, Mallory Hoff as Alice Brooks, Terence Rosemore as Jimmy, Charlie Pye Jr. as Charlie the Tree Expert, Christopher Wolfe as Jim Wilkes, Adam Boyer as Prison Guard, Jacinte Blankenship as Christy Stevenson, Bryan G. Stevenson as Howard Stevenson Jr., Brad Sanders as Howard Stevenson Sr., Charmin Lee as Alice Stevenson, Sebastian Eugene Hansen as Kris Ansley, David Garlock as Prison Interviewee, Robert Caston as Prison Interviewee, Talmedge Hayes as Prison Interviewee, Kuntrell Jackson as Prison Interviewee, Tatom Pender as Tracy, Scarlet Olivia Dunbar as Jackie McMillian, Denitra Isler as Evelyn McMillian, Darryl W. Handy as Bernard, Darrell Britt-Gibson as Darnell Houston, Al Mitchell as Uncle Leo, Pete Burris as Local Male Witness, Susie Spear Purcell as Local Female Witness, Deadra Moore as Deb, Ryan Dinning as Young Officer, Carl Palmer as Older Officer, Greta Glenn as Doris Miller, Alex Van as Chamber Guard, Leydi Morales as Female Death Row Guard, Ben Peck as Holman Warden, Ted Huckabee as Bailiff, Ryan Girard as Clay Kast, Tim Ware as Psychologist, Norm Lewis as Newscaster (voice), Claire Bronson as Mrs. Chapman, Desmond Phillips as State Officer, Drew Starkey as Young Guard, Steve Coulter as Judge Buren, McDaniel Austin as Inmate, Drew Scheid as Linus (uncredited), Brandon Armstrong as Neighbor (uncredited), Elizabeth Becka as Mrs. Franklin (uncredited), Kirk Bovill as David Walker (uncredited), Tony Bradley as Prisoner (uncredited), Matthew Byrge as Officer Williams (uncredited), Olivia De Paux as Court Reporter (uncredited), Matthew Del Bene as Male Lawyer 2 (uncredited), Sandy Givelber as Court Reporter (uncredited), John Grimm as Community Leader (uncredited), Christine Hameed as Family Member (uncredited), Harvey B. Jackson as Mason Sheriff Deputy (uncredited), Jay DeVon Johnson as Black Guard (uncredited), Jay D. Kacho as Prominent Monroeville Citizen (uncredited), Mary Kraft as Professor Bartholet (uncredited), David Michael-Smith as Deputy Sheriff Barnes (uncredited), Josh Royston as Police Officer (uncredited), Patti Schellhaas as Courtroom Spectator (uncredited), Tonea Stewart as Mrs. Coleman (uncredited), Albert L. Taylor as Death Row Inmate (uncredited), Robert Tinsley as Prison Guard (uncredited), Benjamin Weaver as Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)|
|Plot Keywords||:||judge, innocence, based on a true story, lawyer, racism, justice, 1980s|