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"No Justice!" "No peace!" "No justice!" "No peace!"

In the past few years, the rising of this chant from the streets has escalated in answer to seemingly endless incidents of police brutality. If I Die Tonight offers a powerful look at police and community relations. Victims of police violence divulge its deep-seated and far-reaching consequences. Police officers and their loved ones expose their humanity and vulnerabilities. If I Die Tonight is a multi-cultural barometer of race, class and power in today's United States.

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"A harrowing, eloquent testimony."

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"There is no way you can watch the documentary If I Die Tonight and come away not feeling something. More likely than not, the feelings you'll have will be conflicted, which is a testimony to the complexity of the issues presented in the film, and the lengths filmmaker Seyi works to address the topic of police brutality. In a lesser film, by a lesser director, the already volatile subject of police brutality could easily be presented as a one-sided screed that serves the agenda of the filmmaker. But Seyi's agenda is to get people thinking about the subject matter in ways they may have never considered before."

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"A thought-provoking documentary highlighting the human suffering which radiates like ripples on a pond in the wake of criminal behavior not only by racist police with itchy trigger fingers but by cop killers to boot."

Excellent (4 stars)

-Kam Williams - Syndicated Film and Book Critic

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