In the Heat of the Night
Still relevant, and radical
From the November, 2017 issue
When a Chicago businessman promising to bring jobs to a dying rural town is murdered, the local police chief and a hot shot city detective are forced to team up to solve the crime. While the plot is familiar to the point of cliche, not much in the last half-century of multiracial buddy cop movies will prepare you for In the Heat of the Night, Norman
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