A Black lawyer must come to grip with his prejudices after falling in love with a White woman while simultaneously defending a Black teenager who has been wrongfully accused of drugging and raping his White girlfriend.
It's already the rule, that movies coming from Frank E. Jackson Jr. are always at least 7/10. I liked this movie, and this is my favorite movie, because some pieces seemed like life experiences. The movie is openly dreamlike, and like most dreams it moves uncertainly down a path with many turnings. The world of the film reminds us very much and we can identify with each other. Invisible Lies stand up to the test of time. Even in the most popular Hollywood movies, there is the element of commercialism, that... Show more
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