In 1970s San Francisco, 20-year-old Korean immigrant Chol Soo Lee is racially profiled and convicted of a Chinatown gang murder. After spending years fighting to survive, investigative journalist K.W. Lee takes a special interest in his case, igniting an unprecedented social justice movement. Nearly five decades later, Julie Ha and Eugene Yi’s riveting documentary excavates this largely unknown yet essential history to craft an intimate portrait of the complex man at its center and provide an urgent reminder that his legacy is more relevant than ever.
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