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(659) 7.4 112 min 2018

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.

Starring
Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Sandy Gonzales, Edwin Raymond, Rukia Lumumba
Genres
Documentary
Director
Stephen Maing

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Stephen Maing
Stars Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Sandy Gonzales, Edwin Raymond, Rukia Lumumba
Country USA
Also Known As Zbrodnia + kara, 罪与罚
Runtime 1H 52M
Description A group of brave NYPD officers risk it all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments.

Top reviews

Monday, 01 Jun 2020 07:37

Paul Johnson's documentary about "the other side of the coin" is a fine example of an overview film. It opens with a series of interviews with people on the other side of the coin. They have all come to believe that they are responsible for the death of an innocent child. The film is not a "documentary" in the usual sense, but a film that examines the depth of the problem and then moves on to some sort of solution. The film is extremely well-made, even if there are some minor problems. It is clear that Johnson had extensive contact with the family, but I can't imagine how much of the footage is true. Also, the way Johnson presents the interviews is very different from the way he presented the interviews in the book. In the book, we hear directly from the parents. The way Johnson does it here is that he presents the interviewees with their own voice. This is interesting, but it doesn't fit well with the documentary style of the film. There are other problems. Some of the interviewees are just plain weird. The way Johnson shows them is very different from the way he presented them in the book. Johnson's method of showing them is very different. He shows the interviews in sequence, so it's not clear if one interviewee is actually the one to be interviewed in that particular sequence. The way Johnson does it makes it hard to understand. This is one of the problems with the film. It is hard to understand if it is really the interviewee or the interviewer who is telling the interviewee's story. I also have some problems with the way Johnson presents the interviewees. He sometimes presents them as if they are talking to the camera, but the way he does it makes it hard to understand if it is really the interviewee or the interviewer who is telling the interviewee's story. The film does have a few good points, but it is very hard to understand how much of the footage is actually real and how much of it is just a series of interviews. Overall, the documentary is very well made and I have seen far better documentaries than this one. It is a good example of an overview film, but I think it is far from perfect.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 09:01

This is a documentary that's actually more of a movie than a documentary. I was expecting this to be about the struggles and problems faced by the refugees in Europe and the people who live there. Instead it's more of a look at the problems that arise when one group is forced to flee their home in the middle of a war, and the difficulties of dealing with the new neighbors. The documentary is quite interesting. I think the biggest problem I had with it was the time spent on the refugees. I think this should have been at the beginning, but it's not a bad idea to have it in the middle. As I mentioned earlier, this is a movie about a refugee crisis in Europe, and there's a lot of people here who have a problem with that. It's just the point of view of those who are affected by the situation, not necessarily of the refugees. The documentary itself is about the refugees, so I was expecting a lot more of them. However, I think this is a pretty good movie. The filming was great. The music was excellent. The editing was very good. The editing is done very well, and I think that's one of the best things about this movie. The film is well-edited. The one thing that I didn't like was that I thought that the director was putting too much emphasis on the problems that the refugees had. It's not like that all the refugees are bad, but in some cases they are just a bunch of troublemakers. This is not really a big deal, but it is something that I think could have been done better. I also thought that the director was giving too much attention to the refugees and not enough to the problems that the people in the host countries had. I think this is one of the major problems of this movie. Overall, I think that this is a good movie. It's a good look at the refugee crisis and the problems that people have. It's a great movie that I'd recommend to anyone.


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