A big screen documentary from Ken Burns about the infamous Central Park Jogger case details how a rush to judgment by police, media and an outraged public led to five black and Latino teenagers being convicted for a heinous crime that they did not commit.
Ken Burns is one of the world’s most esteemed documentary filmmakers. The majority of his projects appear on PBS, in America. Among the many award winning documentaries that Ken Burns has directed; Baseball, The Civil War, Lewis & Clark and Jazz.
DIRECTED BY: Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon
STUDIO: IFC Films
RATING: Not Rated