O.J.: A Study in Black and White | 2002
An examination of race relations in America through the experiences of O.J. Simpson. During his football career, high-profile endorsements, acting and broadcasting careers, and his trial for the murders of his former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, in 1994, for which he was acquitted, Simpson displayed an ability to move comfortably between races. Tensions reached a zenith during the trial in Los Angeles as Simpson, arguably the most famous American ever charged with murder, was found not guilty of the two murders.