Director: George Tillman Jr.
Starring: Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Anthony Mackie, Sabrina Carpenter, Common, K.J. Apa, Russell Hornsby, Issa Rae, Drew Starkey, Algee Smith, Dominique Fishback, Jessica Medina, Lamar Johnson, Rayven Symone Ferrell, Marcia Wright, Susan Santiago, Chris Cavalier, Megan Lawless, Abby Glover, David Dunston, Kaleigh Rivera, Elijah Everett, Karan Kendrick, Josh Henry, Iyana Halley, Shaun McMillan, Tony Vaughn, Al Mitchell, Allah Samson, Callan Wilson, Megan Marie Wilson, Jason Louder, Leon Croom, Tanya Christiansen, Dustin Lewis, DJames Jones, Kai N. Ture, James Healy Jr., Monique Grant, Diallo Thompson, TJ Wright, William J. Harrison, Charles Adams, Carolyn Ordoñez, Andrene Ward-Hammond, Josiah Lyricq, Moses Jones, Cindy Farrell, Marc Fajardo, Heaven Hightower, Brian Kayode-Patrick Johnson, Brian Brightman, Tye Claybrook Jr., Milton Saul, Brittany Inge, Jacob Evans, Alie Urquhart, Devon Libran, Kelvin Witherspoon, Walter Hendrix III, Athena Akers, Rhonda Dents, Marquis Magwood, Ella Myers, Martin Feigen, Anthony M. Walker, Mike Stoudt, Braylon Andrews, Douglas LaPonzina, John James Laws, Victoria Hardway, Parker Sack, Brian Lafontaine, Brent Moorer Gaskins, Joe Hardy Jr., Mallory Kidwell, Devan Stewart, Jeff Cole, Lewis ‘LJ’ Johnson III, Devon Mckelvin, Willie Simpson, Hassan Welch, Esosa Idahosa, Shay Mack, Myles Evans, Jonathon Watson, Anuj Parihar, Bryce Mayfield, Michael Nasworthy, Zsane Jhe, Maxwell Cardona, Ansley Davis, Nia Saul, Kenneth Gilmore, Dominique Shepherd, Karley Moon, Miracle Shelton, Troy Simon, Tristan Sanchez Nash, Landon Mcfrenda, Andy Mai, Brandon Williams, Dane MacWhinnie, Sasha Kellan, Jay-Jay Botha, Santana Boykin, Shawron Gaffney, John D. Gordon, Anthony B. Harris, Kyle Jackson, Floyd Anthony Johns Jr., Aleia Kristene, Demetri Landell, Emily Riney Maher, JC Oakley III, Mason Pike, John Thelan Reece, Bryan SilverBax
Synopsis: Starr Carter, a 16-year-old black high school student witnesses a white police officer shooting her unarmed (best) friend Khalil. Starr lives between her two worlds: the poor black neighborhood where she lives and the fancy suburban private/prep school that she attends. The balance of these two worlds collapses after Khalil’s shooting. Everyone wants to know what took place that night and the only person who can answer that is Starr. But the problem is that what Starr says might endanger her life and her home. She must fight for what she believes in despite the given consequences.
Release Date: October 19, 2018 (USA) | Length: Unknown | Genre: Crime, Drama | MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements, some violent content, drug material and language.