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Old 02-18-2003, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default 106 The Color of Truth

The Color of Truth
August 8, 1955


Rigada, Alabama


As a black man named Jesse Tyler in the deep south, Sam must fight racial prejudice while preventing his boss Melony Trafford from being killed by a train.

Hints of Driving Miss Daisy abound in this leap as Sam tries to change "the way it is" with the elderly widow.

He also must find a way to save his granddaughter after she is forced off the road by two "good-ol' boys" who are trying to teach Jesse a lesson for sitting down at a whites-only lunch counter as Sam leaped in.


Written by: Deborah Pratt
Directed by: Michael Vejar


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