A documentary that spends two years following the Oakland Police Department as they try to reform their reputation after being under federal oversight for more than a decade and regain the trust of their city in a time when a whole lot of Americans aren’t willing to give them the chance.
Obviously, it’s pertinent as hell. Luckily, it takes a highly impartial approach to the hot-button issue at hand and paints a highly compelling picture that’s sure to hit home regardless of what side of the matter you fall on. Well-made, important stuff that’ll put your moral compass through the ringer.
It’s got a 92% on Rotten Tomatoes.