REVIEW: THE LEAST AMONG YOU
OVERVIEW: Inspired by the true story of a falsely accused black college graduate forced to serve probation in an all-white seminary in the 1960s, The Least Among You debuts on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand from Lionsgate. The emotionally charged film stars NAACP Theatre Award-winner Cedric Sanders (American Gangster), as he delivers a heartfelt performance in a role that examines the hard lines of race, perseverance, courage and determination. Rounding out the all-star cast is Louis Gossett, Jr. (An Officer and a Gentleman), Lauren Holly (Any Given Sunday) and William Devane (TV’s “24”). The DVD debuts on August 24th and contains moving special features that include an interview with the “real” Richard Kelly, plus an interview with some of the filmmakers, deleted scenes and a “behind-the-scenes” featurette.
SYNOPSIS: After his false arrest at the 1965 Watts Riots, Richard Kelly (Sanders) finds himself serving probation at an all-white seminary where he is faced with racism, daily abuse and lack of support. Just when he reaches his breaking point, Kelly finds an unlikely mentor who helps motivate and guide him. Richard soon undergoes a transformation that forces him to choose between his dreams and his destiny.
Widescreen (2.35:1) 16x9
5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles - English Spanish
Interview with Reverend Dr. Charles Marks (the real Richard Kelly)
Interview with Editor Omar Daher and Music Composer Mark Kilian
Behind the Scenes featurette
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