TV-MA | | Documentary, Biography, Crime
A chronicle of the rise and fall of O.J. Simpson, whose high-profile murder trial exposed the extent of American racial tensions, revealing a fractured and divided nation.
Director Ezra Edelman struggled on the decision to include the forensic photos of the bodies of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, but ultimately decided to edit them in to remind the audience that the trial was meant to be about a horrific double homicide instead of the discussion about ... ...
Peter Hyams - Interviewee:
I thought there were worthy African American actors who had paid their dues as actors, who had shown their talent. My first choice was either Robert Hooks or Bernie Casey, so my reaction was less than enthusiastic. I had seen The Towering Inferno. I...
Robert Shapiro says in an interview with Barbara Walters that O.J. Simpson was found innocent. Simpson was found "not guilty", not "innocent".
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