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Jaded lawyer Eddie Dodd, a well-regarded activist in the 1960s whose moment has long passed, now smokes marijuana and defends drug dealers who pay in cash. But later he becomes transformed by taking on the case of Shu Kai Kim, a young Korean man who was imprisoned for a gang-related murder.
Woods' angry energy is clarifying as well as terrifying, and when he unleashes it (usually without warning), the effect is to focus our attention where it belongs, not on a suspense story but on the mysteries of human behavior.