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Fact-based drama follows the plight of boxer Rubin Hurricane Carter, who was jailed for 19 years for a crime he didn't commit. Sentenced to three life terms for a triple homicide, he asserts his innocence in a pen-penned autobiography. An African-Ameri...
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    Academy Award(R) winner Denzel Washington plays Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, a man who, in the prime of his boxing career, finds himself wrongfully convicted of murder. Sentenced to life in prison, Carter's published memoir, "The Sixteenth Round," inspired a teenager (Vicellous Reon Shannon) from Brooklyn and three Canadian activists (Deborah Kara Unger, John Hannah, Liev Schreiber) who believed in the truth, to join forces with Carter to prove his innocence. Their extraordinary efforts ultimately secure his release, leaving "Hurricane" to sum up his 20 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit by simply stating, "Hate got me into this place, love got me out." Don't miss the movie Rolling Stones called, "A stirring fight for freedom! Denzel Washington at his powerful, poignant best". Audio Commentary, Behind The Scenes Footage, Deleted Scenes, DVD-ROM, Featurette, Filmography, Original Theatrical Trailer, Production Notes. Spotlight on Location: "The Making Of 'The Hurricane'"; Cast and Filmmakers.

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    In 1966, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was a top-ranked middleweight boxer whom many fight fans expected to become world champion. When three people were shot to death in a bar in Paterson, New Jersey, Carter and his friend John Artis, driving home from another club in Paterson, were stopped and questioned by police. Although the police asserted that Carter and Artis "were never suspects," a man named Alfred Bello, himself a suspect in the killings, claimed that Carter and Artis were present at the time of the murders. On the basis of Bello's testimony, Carter and Artis were convicted of murder, and Carter was given three consecutive life sentences. Throughout the trial, Carter proclaimed his innocence, saying that his African-American race and work as a civil rights activist were the real reasons for his conviction. In 1974, Bello and Arthur Bradley, who also claimed that Carter was present at the scene of the crimes, recanted their testimony, but Carter and Artis were reconvicted. In the early 1980s, Brooklyn teenager Lesra Martin worked with a trio of Canadian activists to push the State of New Jersey to reinvestigate Carter's case; in 1985, a Federal District Court ruled that the prosecution in Carter's second trial committed "grave constitutional violations" and that his conviction was based on racism rather than facts. Carter was finally freed, and he summed up his story by saying, "Hate got me into this place, love got me out." The Hurricane is based on Carter's incredible true story and stars Denzel Washington as Carter, Vicellous Shannon as Lesra Martin, and John Hannah, Liev Schreiber and Deborah Unger as the Canadian activists. Veteran filmmaker Norman Jewison directed. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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Hurricane DVD (Widescreen 1.85)

Fact-based drama follows the plight of boxer Rubin Hurricane Carter, who was jailed for 19 years for a crime he didn't commit. Sentenced to three life terms for a triple homicide, he asserts his innocence in a pen-penned autobiography. An African-American boy and his Canadian mentors work to free him, but run up against a racist establishment unwilling to admit its error.
Fighter Rubin "Hurricane" Carter is convicted of murder at the height of his boxing career and after 20 years in prison, four people go to extraordinary lengths to prove his innocence.