"Liang brings a history of racial injustice and police brutality into focus." - Ashley Jones, Vox Magazine

“Timely, powerful, complex, and necessary viewing." - Andrew Parker, The Gate

When a Chinese-American police officer kills an innocent, unarmed Black man in a darkened stairwell of a New York City housing project, it sets off a firestorm of emotion and calls for accountability. When he becomes the first NYPD officer convicted of an on-duty shooting in over a decade, the fight for justice becomes complicated, igniting one of the largest Asian-American protests in history, disrupting a legacy of solidarity, and putting an uneven legal system into sharp focus. (Kino Lorber)

Festivals, Awards & Nominations
Winner - Les Blank Award for Best Documentary Feature, Ashland Independent Film Festival

Winner - Truth to Power Best Documentary Award, Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival 

Winner - Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

Winner - Audience Award, San Diego Asian American Film Festival