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    The Glass Shield

    The movie focuses on rookie cop J.J. (Michael Boatman), the first black officer in his squad. Through J.J., the film examines several incidents of racist behavior amongst the cops and within the legal system.
    Duration: 109 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1994
    IMDb: 6.2
    5
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  • Actors of "The Glass Shield"

  • Characters of "The Glass Shield"

    District Attorney Ira Kern. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Erich Anderson
    Watch Commander Clarence Massey. Character of The Glass Shield
    U.S. Marshall. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Thomas Babson
    Coroner. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Monty Bane
    Mr. Woods. Character of The Glass Shield
    Deputy J.J. Johnson. Character of The Glass Shield
    Mrs. Woods. Character of The Glass Shield
    Woman Driver. Character of The Glass Shield
    James Locket. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Bernie Casey
    Sergeant Berry Foster. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Linden Chiles
    Juror. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Janet Claire
    Mr. Cruz. Character of The Glass Shield
    Carmen Munoz. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Wanda De Jesus
    Guard. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Bill Dearth
    Mrs. Cruz. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Marcia del Mar
    Barbara Simms. Character of The Glass Shield
    Teddy Woods' Girlfriend. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Mkeba W. Dunn
    Court Clerk. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: LoveLeigh
    Deputy Jim Ryan. Character of The Glass Shield
    Bailiff. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Eric Fleeks
    Mrs. Marshall. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Patricia Forte
    Greenspan. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Elliott Gould
    Deputy Roy Bush. Character of The Glass Shield
    Insurance Investigator Robert Hill. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Jim Hardie
    Deputy Jack Bono. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Don Harvey
    Reverend Banks. Character of The Glass Shield
    Deputy. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Arthur Horst
    Teddy Woods. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Ice Cube
    Jury Foreman. Character of The Glass Shield
    Detective Gene Baker. Character of The Glass Shield
    Mr. Marshall. Character of The Glass Shield
    Buddy Johnson. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Kimble Jemison
    Judge Speck. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Richard Kuss
    Arraignment Lawyer. Character of The Glass Shield
    Jane Baker. Character of The Glass Shield
    Cyclist. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Rod McFall
    Mr. Harold Johnson. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: David McKnight
    Assistant D.A.. Character of The Glass Shield
    Judge Helen Lewis. Character of The Glass Shield
    Deputy Deborah Fields. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Lori Petty
    Mr. Taylor. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Sy Richardson
    Rodrigo. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Al Rodrigo
    Interpreter Castro. Character of The Glass Shield
    Sheriff Sergeant. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Ed Ruffalo
    Insurance Investigator George Beaten. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Lee Ryan
    The Punk. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Jason Saffran
    Joyce. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Greta Sesheta
    Deputy Kurt Smith. Character of The Glass Shield
    Councilman Ross. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Joseph Walsh
    Detective Jesse Hall. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: M. Emmet Walsh
    Mrs. Johnson. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Donnice Wilson
    Sergeant Chuck Gilmore. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Gary Wood
    Investigating Officer. Character of The Glass Shield
    Played by: Biff Yeager
  • Directors of "The Glass Shield"

    Charles Burnett. Director of The Glass Shield
    Charles Burnett
    Birthdate: 13 April 1944, Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA
  • Creators of "The Glass Shield"

    Charles Burnett. Director of The Glass Shield
    Charles Burnett
    Birthdate: 13 April 1944, Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA
    John Eddie Johnson. Director of The Glass Shield
    John Eddie Johnson
  • Critic Reviews of "The Glass Shield"

    Entertainment Weekly
    July 06, 2010

    Ambition is something to respect in an artist, but Charles Burnett's police-corruption drama The Glass Shield is such a maladroit piece of filmmaking that its weighty themes and sclerotic tangle of a plot end up making it a trial to sit through.

    Variety
    March 26, 2009

    A powerful moral drama that tries to deal with the racism at the root of many problems in contempo American society.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    The movie feels sketchy, as if Burnett chopped the flesh off his screenplay and left us only the bare bones.

    Los Angeles Times
    February 13, 2001

    It's a rigorous, angry piece of work, but it misses out on the psychological depths that have made Burnett's previous films among the glories of recent American independent moviemaking.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    An implausible, wearisome clunker trying to ring true but making only dull thuds.

    Washington Post
    January 01, 2000

    It has both ideas and a point of view. But the ideas are far from new, and the point of view is blatantly knee-jerk.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    March 15, 2013

    An angry anti-cop message flick directed and written to be subversive by angry LA based indie filmmaker Charles Burnett.

    EmanuelLevy.Com
    August 17, 2006

    Despite studio interference, it's still a decent film, and the association of a black man and a Jewish woman (as two outcasts) is a welcome addition to the genre.

    Slant Magazine
    August 29, 2005

    Burnett uses a socially discomforting scenario that has only vague implications of deeper malice to initiate a brave portrayal of a Caucasian-centric sort of martial law.

    Groucho Reviews
    August 16, 2005

    The film's ambition makes Burnett's occasional overstatement easy to forgive.

    Movie Metropolis
    August 13, 2005

    Credit writer/director Burnett for having the courage of his convictions, even if the outcome is a film that a lot of people will see as clichéd and stereotyped.

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    August 09, 2005

    an entirely honorable - if inevitably doomed - attempt to reconcile Burnett's political and social concerns with the requisites of mass entertainment.

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