The Witness

The Witness

2016, NR, 89 min. Directed by James D. Solomon.

Not reviewed at press time. Thirty-eight years after the murder of Kitty Genovese in a crime that became synonymous with the apathy of New York City residents, the victim's brother still works to uncover new facts about the murder.

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The Witness, James D. Solomon

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