Crime + Punishment
A documentary movie that follows a group of brave policemen who risk their lives, families and everything all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments. It shows us to what extent the corruption has spread in the country.
Critics Of "Crime + Punishment"
Shadow and Act
January 24, 2018 What Crime + Punishment does reveal is that when you begin to view people as numbers and quotes to be filled, everyone involved becomes monstrous.Read in Source
August 17, 2018 The film is a vivid illustration of how racism is perpetrated through the structure of nominally egalitarian institutions.Read in Source
January 25, 2018 Crime + Punishment is a searing look at systemic racism and the 12 NYPD officers brave enough to try and stop it.Read in Source
New York Times
August 23, 2018 Mr. Maing's meticulous and dismaying film... illuminates some of the deep, perhaps intractable problems of policing in New York City and beyond.Read in Source
January 20, 2018 Stephen Maing's documentary about the NYPD's illegal policing quotas and other discriminatory practices gets the blood boiling.Read in Source
August 21, 2018 Through sensitive portraiture and vigorous investigative reporting, it tracks the struggle of minority police officers within the NYPD to reshape the culture of law enforcement itself.Read in Source
August 10, 2018 Shines a much-needed light on the kind of policing that could actually make a difference in these communities.Read in Source
August 22, 2018 Essential viewing for anyone with a suspicion that there's corruption in law enforcement.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
August 23, 2018 "Crime + Punishment" is a quiet documentary but a potent one. Though its approach is low key, its passion, drama and concern for exposing wrongdoing is unmistakable.Read in Source
August 21, 2018 For the most part, the film balances its outrage with objectivity.Read in Source
May 28, 2018 Considering the care this film affords the individual lives portrayed, we understand it must take effect as rapidly as possible. It's a documentary to turn viewers into evangelists, filled with fervor and a belief in investing in the current moment.Read in Source
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