June 6, 1997 in Seven

‘Night Falls’ Contrasts Justice And What’s Right

By The Spokesman-Review
 

With “Night Falls on Manhattan,” Sidney Lumet returns to New York and questions of police corruption vs. the concept of justice. While not on the level of such films as “Serpico” and “Prince of the City,” Lumet’s new effort boasts a powerful first half, good performances by Andy Garcia and Ian Holm and an ultimate feeling that justice and what’s right aren’t always the same thing. , DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Photo


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