From Cinema Therapy.
Just Mercy paints a picture of a "Post-Racial" society that is inherently unfair to black people in America. Not in the distant past. The story only took place 25 years ago, and the villain of the story only retired (after being re-elected many times) last year.
Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker and filmmaker Alan Seawright are joined by a guest this week, Chonta Flowers, to break down what we can learn from Bryan Stevenson, a heroic lawyer who represents Death Row inmates across the American South, and the other characters in the movie, brave and cowardly, Black and White, and how they learn, adapt and grow to overcome hate, become better people, and struggle to change institutions in terrible situations.
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Cinema Therapy is:
Written by: Megan Seawright, Jonathan Decker and Alan Seawright
Produced by: Jonathan Decker, Megan Seawright & Alan Seawright
Edited by: Alan Seawright
Director of Photography: Bradley Olsen
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