When They See Us featurette

The way the criminal justice system treated the Central Park Five – five boys who were arrested and incarcerated in 1989 for a rape they didn’t commit – is so far beyond terrible, so blatantly unjust, that it’s difficult to wrap my head around. But director Ava DuVernay (Selma, Middle of Nowhere) is shining a light on the horrors of the young men’s case and their eventual exoneration in When They See Us, a Netflix limited series which has just released a new featurette that includes interviews with DuVernay, the actual survivors, and the actors who portray them.
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when they see us trailer

Just a few days ahead of its anticipated release, Netflix has dropped a new When They See Us trailer that shows a little-seen aspect of the Central Park 5: the aftermath of their release from prison. The fight for justice doesn’t stop even after the wrongfully-convicted men were exonerated and released from prison 12 years after they were charged with the assault and rape of a female jogger. “The story continues,” the trailer teases, as it gives another powerful look at the failings of the criminal justice system.

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when they see us trailer

With her latest powerful project under Netflix, Ava DuVernay seeks to give the four teenagers who were falsely accused and convicted of rape in the Central Park Five case, a voice. Netflix has released an official When They See Us trailer packed with its star-studded cast, and a more in-depth examination of the injustices that took place in 1989. Watch the new When They See Us trailer below.

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when they see us trailer

Ava DuVernay‘s highly anticipated limited series on the Central Park Five now has a trailer. Now titled When They See Us, Duvernay chronicles the notorious case of five teenagers of color, labeled the Central Park Five, who were accused of a rape they did not commit. Netflix has released a When They See Us trailer for the four-part limited series, which you can watch below. Read More »