Synopsis: An investigative journalist relies on questionable methods in order to expose the truth.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Patty Jenkins
Production: Lionsgate Premiere
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[indistinct chatter]

[dance music plays]

[man] Isabel!

[speaks Spanish]

We're leaving.

[woman] Huh? Why?


I'm not playing, come on.

We gotta go, we gotta go.

[horns honking]

[indistinct chatter]

Manuel... Manuel...


[speaking Spanish]


How you doing, brother?

What's up?

Don't tell me, no.

You don't recognize me?

It's me, Naldo!

- Naldo.

- Naldo who?

Naldo Ruiz. Naldo!

[camera clicks]

How long were you in prison for?


Too long, man!

I really wanna know, all right.

Three years, man.

Three years?

- Whoo! Damn!

- Three years.

[camera clicks]

Oh, yeah, sorry about

the detective, man...

Hey, drop it. That ain't really

up for discussion, man.

That's your brother Jos's wife?

- Uh-huh.

- Ah, OK.

- Nice to meet you. Naldo.

- Isabel...

- Let me get you a taxi.

- No, Manuel, Manuel...

[speaking Spanish]

She's gone already.

[speaking Spanish]

Hey, yo, my nigga,

I'm gonna walk her

down to the train station

real quick.

I'm gonna holla at you.

Meet me back in the club,

all right?


[speaking Spanish]



Isabel, and I bet you could

learn to speak English, too.

- Go home and go take it easy.

- Ciao.

[speaking Spanish]



[man singing in Spanish]





- [groans]

- [jingling]

[man] Thank you. Thank you.



[speaking Spanish]

[footsteps approaching]

[train honking]


[train approaching]

[conductor on PA indistinct]

[sirens blaring]

[woman] Scotty!


[indistinct chatter]


Is he still here?

I want to see him.

Janine, no.

What happened?

Nobody's telling me anything.

What happened to Joey, Scotty?

- What happened to my husband?

- We don't know.

We want you

to be with the kids, OK?

Hug them,

tell them it's gonna be OK.

We'll get someone

to drive you back, OK?

- OK...

- Johnson!

[speaking Spanish]

- Amen.

- Amen.


[speaking Spanish]

[indistinct chatter]

- Sorry about your partner.

- Thanks.

Close the door.

Charlene wants you to

come by this week... for dinner.



Bring Anthony.

He's staying with my sister

for a little while.

Yeah? Well, when he gets back

we gotta get on the boat,

do some fishing.


Yeah... Charlene's

a little worried about you.

Tell her I'm fine.


- Yeah.

- Your partner was just killed.

You're not fine.

I wanna put you with Ramirez.

I don't want you working

on this case alone.

And frankly, I don't want you

working on this case at all,


It's fine.

So, what do we know?

[exhales] Not fucking much.

What, didn't you

talk to someone?

Yeah, Joey's informant,

Kendu Wallace.


I don't know shit!

I don't know shit!

I'm telling you the truth!


Don't scream, OK?

Just be honest.

You were Joey's snitch.

Who killed Joey?

Tell me the truth.

I don't know shit, man!

I'm telling you the truth!

I'm not fucking lyin' to you!

I... I don't know nothing.

I don't know who killed Cullen.

[Scotty] You could say

we had a conversation.

He knew squat.

Well... why the hell

you talking to him then?

There was a crew over in Harlem

that Joey had his eyes on.

In Harlem?

What the f*ck

is Joey doing in Harlem?

He was suspended.

I don't know.

When we, uh... We found

his camera near his body.

How's his wife?

She's... not too good.

I'm taking her to the

coroner's office to ID the body.

That poor bastard!

[speaking Spanish]

Hey, I want to scream, too!

- No.

- What's up?

[speaking Spanish]


They killed him, Scotty!

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Charles Randolph

Charles Randolph is an American screenwriter and producer for film and television. Randolph was born in Nashville, Tennessee. He was a cultural studies and philosophy professor. At age 33, Randolph spent a weekend in Los Angeles giving lectures at the University of Southern California. From a chance meeting with someone who worked for the Farrelly brothers, Randolph was inspired to attempt screenwriting.Randolph is married to Israeli actress Mili Avital, with whom he has two children. more…

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