A Few Good (and Angry) Men (and Woman)
Screening Justice - The Cinema of Law, Significant Films of Law, Order and Social Justice
Screening Justice contains more than fifty essays written by fifty legal scholars, professionals and professors, which focuses on significant film about law, order and social justice. The essays selected for the book address a rich and diverse range of films and issues ranging from justice in Nazi Germany to the American dust bowl to the role of military justice, the jury system, race, AIDS, gender, community, environment, and criminal procedure.
Robert E. Rosen, A Few Good (and Angry) Men (and Woman) Screening Justice - The Cinema of Law, Significant Films of Law, Order and Social Justice (2006).