The Client/The Pelican Brief/A Time To Kill
- Bildformat : 1.78:1
- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Paketets dimensioner : 18.03 x 13.76 x 1.48 cm; 83.16 Gram
- Tillverkarens referens : 5051892117968
- Körtid : 6 timmar och 34 minuter
- Skådespelare : Susan Sarandon, Tommy Lee Jones, Mary-Louise Parker, Anthony LaPaglia, Brad Renfro
- Språk : Engelska (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : Warner Bros. Home Ent.
- ASIN : B009CSX94K
- Ursprungsland : Storbritannien
- Antal skivor : 3
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Triple bill of John Grisham adaptations. In 'The Client', young Mark and his brother are out wandering in the woods when they stumble across a fat mob lawyer about to commit suicide. The lawyer tells Mark where a dead body is hidden and this leads to his subsequent questioning by a hard-boiled FBI attorney (Tommy Lee Jones). But Mark also finds that his life is at risk from mob hitmen and his only chance of survival rests in the hands of his lawyer (Susan Sarandon). In 'The Pelican Brief', sharp-witted law student Darby Shaw (Julia Roberts) finds herself the target for murder when her essay describing why two US justices were killed falls into the wrong hands. Joining forces with investigative journalist Gray Grantham (Denzel Washington), she determines to find out who is behind the threats against her life and bring them to justice. In 'A Time to Kill', Carl Lee (Samuel L. Jackson) seeks violent revenge after his 10-year-old daughter is brutally assaulted. When his actions lead to his arrest, lawyer Jake Brigance (Matthew McConaughey) has to battle against mounting pressure from both the Ku Klux Klan and the Civil Rights Movement to save Carl from Death Row. Sandra Bullock also stars as Brigance's student aide, while Kevin Spacey appears as the ruthless prosecutor, Rufus Buckley.
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The Pelican Brief was also very good, and highlighted the hidden agendas played out in high places and political intrigue masking the truth.
The last film touched on sensitive issues of race and colour, and deep seated prejudice prevalent in parts of the USA. Of all three films, this was probably the best as it had more depth and twists, with a star cast.