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IFI DOCFEST: 3 1/2 MINUTES, TEN BULLETS

Director: MARC SILVER

98 MINUTES, USA, 2015


This film screened on Thursday 24th  September 2015. 

Irish Premiere

In 2012, during the consumerist clamour that has become known as Black Friday in America, a black teenager named Jordan Davis died after being shot in the car park of a Florida Gas Station. The middle-aged white man who had pulled the trigger, Michael Dunn, was arrested the next day and claimed he acted in self-defence. Marc Silver’s probing, pertinent film revisits the night of the incident and follows the long, divisive resultant trial, attempting to unravel the truth of what happened. The result is a provocative documentary that says much about race and justice in America today.

This event is screening as part of IFI Documentary Festival 2015 (September 23 – 27)

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