...And Justice for All

...And Justice for All

Director: Norman Jewison Cast: Al Pacino, Jack Warden, John Forsythe

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Norman Jewison's blackly satirical look at the American justice system has gained in stature as one of the more incisive social commentaries of its time. Al Pacino plays Arthur Kirkland, an incorruptible attorney who attempts to initiate reforms in the Maryland justice system. Kirkland is haunted by the fates of two past clients, one of whom committed suicide in jail; the other is still alive but is locked up on a trumped-up traffic violation. The ability of power and money to distort the pursuit of justice becomes all too clear as Kirkland finds out how deeply the rot has spread. He is ultimately blackmailed into defending a repulsive judge (John Forsythe) accused of rape, and faces a crisis of conscience. Pacino's and Forsythe's performances are intense and powerful. Many critics found the film biting and almost painful in its razor-sharp indictment of the justice system, while others declared the script too outrageous.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/07/2010
UPC: 0014381684728
Original Release: 1979
Rating: R
Source: Image Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:59:00
Sales rank: 18,728

Special Features

Closed Caption; Director's Commentary; Theatrical Trailers; Talent Files

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Al Pacino Arthur Kirkland
Jack Warden Judge Rayford
John Forsythe Judge Fleming
Lee Strasberg Grandpa Sam
Christine Lahti Gail Packer
Jeffrey Tambor Jay Porter
Sam Levene Arnie
Robert Christian Ralph Agee
Thomas G. Waites Jeff McCullough
Larry Bryggman Warren Fresnell
Craig T. Nelson Frank Bowers
Dominic Chianese Carl Travers
Victor Arnold Leo Fauci
Keith Andes Marvin Bates
Vincent Beck Officer Leary
Vasili Bogazianos Avillar
Michael Gorrin Elderly Man
Baxter Harris Larry
Jack Hollander Prison Warden
Alan North Deputy Sheriff
Thomas Quinn Desk Clerk Kiley
Beverly Sanders Sherry
Connie Sawyer Gitel
Joe Morton Prison Doctor
Charles Siebert Assistant District Attorney Keene
Robert Symonds Judge Burns

Technical Credits
Norman Jewison Director,Producer
John F. Burnett Editor
Valerie Curtin Screenwriter
Dave Grusin Score Composer
Robert G. Henderson Sound/Sound Designer
Victor J. Kemper Cinematographer
Barry Levinson Screenwriter
Richard MacDonald Production Designer,Set Decoration/Design
Dennis L. Maitland Sound/Sound Designer
Ruth Myers Costumes/Costume Designer
Patrick Palmer Producer
Win Phelps Asst. Director
Peter Samish Art Director
Joe Wizan Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- And Justice for All
1. Start [3:44]
2. Booked & Released [3:40]
3. Scene of the Accident [2:08]
4. Bathroom of Justice [1:59]
5. Judge Henry T. Fleming [1:51]
6. Eating Lottery Tickets [6:50]
7. Visiting Grandpa [3:36]
8. Ethics Committee Hearing [3:57]
9. Ralph [4:02]
10. Gail Brings Arthur Home [6:44]
11. Just Taken Away [2:52]
12. The Perfect Lawyer [4:17]
13. Jay at 2 A.M. [2:03]
14. Helicopter Ride [6:35]
15. Fleming Or Disbarred [2:57]
16. In No Position [6:48]
17. Thanksgiving Dinner [4:19]
18. Not Too Sure She Likes Him [4:02]
19. Interviewing A Witness [4:01]
20. Frank & Arthur [2:11]
21. Jay Goes Crazy [3:42]
22. Three-Year Sentence [1:42]
23. "I Can't Appeal It!" [2:53]
24. Poolside With Fleming [2:41]
25. Hostage Situation [8:11]
26. Carl's Little Present [4:26]
27. What the Photos Mean [3:41]
28. Arthur's Opening Statement [1:40]

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...And Justice for All 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
America's justice system comes under indictment in director Norman Jewison's trenchant film starring Al Pacion as upstanding attorney Arthur Kirkland. A hard-line-- and tainted-- judge (John Forsythe) stands accused of rape, and Kirkland (Al Pacino) has to defend him. Kirkland has a history with the judge, who jailed one of the lawyer's clients on a technicality. When the judge, confesses his guilt, Kirkland faces an ethical and legal quandary. I think this movie is Outstanding because I like drama movies.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best movie Al Pacino has ever been in. The movie takes you in so many different directions. The emotions it draws out are surprising.
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