A Shot Through The Wall directed by Aimee Long
With every police shooting, it’s not just a black and blue issue—it is more of a grey issue. In A Shot Through The Wall, the fictional film explores a policeman’s story as he navigates through the consequences of an accidental shooting that affects his career and family life.
The film stars Kenny Leu, Ciara Renee, Clifton Davis, Lynn Chen, Tzi Ma, Derek Goh, and Dan Lauria. Aimee Long directed and wrote the movie.
Here is the official synopsis:
After an accidental shooting of an innocent Black man in Brooklyn, Chinese-American police officer Mike Tan must wade through his profound guilt as he attempts to navigate the complicated worlds of media, justice, and racial politics.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with director and writer Aimee Long on her latest project. She talked about the origination of this fictional story based on an actual incident, the current affairs and police shootings, and inputting the Asian-American spin into cinema.
A Shot Through the Wall marks Aimee Long’s directorial feature film debut. She directed three short films prior to this feature film with Distance, Project 1091, and Grand Cru. She was nominated for best director at the Beaufort International Film Festival for A Shot Through the Wall, in which it earned the best feature film award at the same film festival.
A Shot Through the Wall is currently playing in select theaters and is available On Demand.
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