Murder Without Motive
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Murder Without Motive
Adapted from Robert Sam Anson's fact-based book Best Intentions, Murder without Motive stars Curtis McClarin as Harlem teenager Edmund Perry. A brilliant student, Perry is transferred from the inner city to an exclusive prep school principally attended by whites. Ten days after graduating with honors, the 17-year-old Perry is killed by a white undercover policeman, who claims he was attacked by Perry and his younger brother Jonah (Guy Killum). Though unsparing in its indictment of racism and police brutality, the Murder without Motive attempts to be fair to both sides, showing the many… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Murder Without Motive isn't particularly memorable TV film, but those who happen to watch it won't have many reasons to complain over its quality."
‑ Dragan Antulov, Draxblog Movie Reviews
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