Film: Force of the Law
Directed by: Beverly Allen
Executive Producer: Daniel Leon
Production Company: StrathCo Enterprises & Allen Worx
Force of the Law is a thought-provoking documentary that sheds light on the issue of mass incarceration in the United States. The film raises important questions about the effectiveness of the current prison system and the motives behind it. One of the key themes explored is the role of private companies in the prison industry, and the potential dangers that come with incentivizing incarceration for profit.
As someone who has personal connections to both someone who served time in prison and someone who worked in law enforcement, I was particularly moved by the film's message about the need for reform. Produced by Daniel Leon and his company StrathCo Enterprises and Allen Worx along with Director Beverly Allen, The film highlights the negative impact of quotas and profit-driven motives on the justice system, and argues that punishment should be reasonable and focused on rehabilitation rather than simply filling cells.
Overall, Force of the Law is a powerful film that challenges viewers to think critically about the current state of the justice system in America. It's a timely and important message that demands attention and action from all those who care about justice and fairness.