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In1963,eighteen-year-oldPatriciaWeiriskidnappedandbrutallyraped.Committedtoputtingherattacker,ErnestoMiranda,inprison,Patty'slifeisdestroyedbyAmerica'slegalsystemasshetriggersalawthattransformstheNation.

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塞巴斯蒂安·奎因

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职业:演员
凯尔·麦克拉克伦

  凯尔·麦克拉克伦,美国影视演员。他生长于华盛顿区亚基玛市一中产家庭,高中时参加剧团演出。念华盛顿大学时学的是美术专业,大学期间接受了三年校

职业:导演,演员,编剧
卢克·威尔逊

  德克萨斯牛仔卢克·威尔逊,美国演员,他的父亲是一位广告制作人兼摄影师,他有两个哥哥,三兄弟全都从事电影事业。卢克·威尔逊在西方学院上大学时

职业:演员
唐纳德·萨瑟兰

唐纳德·萨瑟兰出生于加拿大新布伦瑞克省的圣约翰市。14岁时在广播电台当唱片音乐节目广播员。在多伦多大学就读期间开始参加剧团并在当地演出。196

职业:导演,演员
瑞恩·菲利普

  瑞安·菲利普,美国影视演员。1991来到纽约,次年即被星探发掘开始演艺生涯,在日间电视肥皂剧《One Life To Live》里演出第一

职业:演员
艾米丽·万凯普

艾米丽·万凯普,加拿大影视演员。万凯普最著名的角色是在WB剧集《雪山镇》中饰演的艾米-阿博(Amy Abbott),以及在ABC

职业:演员、制作人
恩里克·穆西安诺

  恩里克·穆西安诺生于美国佛罗里达州的迈阿密,有古巴血统,曾在墨西哥生活,会说英语和西班牙语。他曾就读于波士顿法学院,但后来去了洛杉矶。他第

职业:演员
诺兰·古德

  诺兰·古德扮演的最知名的角色是ABC喜剧《摩登家庭》中邓菲家最小的儿子卢克。他的兄弟艾丹·古德也是一名儿童演员。诺兰·古德从三岁起开始接拍

职业:演员、制作人
塔恩·曼宁

  塔恩·曼宁,1978年生于亚利桑那州,她最初涉足于电视业,1999年开始她出演了许多的电视剧集,渐渐开始小有名气。2001年她开始在大银幕

职业:演员
卢克·威尔逊

  卢克·威尔逊,1971年9月21日出生于美国克萨斯州达拉斯市,美国电影演员。代表作品有《我的超级前女友》、《环游

职业:演员,导演,编剧,制片人
安迪·加西亚

  提到安迪-加西亚(Andy Garcia),人们就会在脑海中浮现出拉丁美洲这位英俊、迷人的世界影星,这不仅仅是因为他成功地塑造了多个经典的

职业:演员
米瑞·伊诺丝

  米瑞·伊诺丝(Mireille Enos),1975年9月22日出生于美国德克萨斯州休斯顿,美国演员。

职业:演员
乔舒华·鲍曼

  乔舒华·鲍曼(英文名:Joshua Bowman),1988年3月4日出生于英国,影视演员。他参演作品有《爱的厨

职业:演员,配音
阿比盖尔·布雷斯林

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职业:演员
布伦特·塞克斯顿

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职业:演员
小詹姆斯·希利

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The 2023 film "Miranda's Victim" directed by Michelle Danner, takes a deep dive into one of the most complex and debated Supreme Court cases in American history, focusing on the ethically dubious origins of the Miranda rights. This ambitious true-life period drama chronicles the 1963 case that became a complex legal nightmare for both the accused and his victim. The film offers a heartfelt salute to a resilient woman who deserved better and provides a valuable history lesson in criminal justice. However, it struggles to distinguish itself or drum up much outrage due to its straightforward approach in terms of style and structure. In this review, we will explore the various aspects of "Miranda's Victim" and assess its impact on contemporary audiences.

The story revolves around the rape of Arizona teenager Trish (played by Abigail Breslin), whose case leads to the arrest of a suspect, Ernesto Miranda (Sebastian Quinn). After coercing a confession, Miranda is convicted in a subsequent trial and jailed, despite protests over police process violations by his lawyer (Andy Garcia). A brash new ACLU defense attorney (Ryan Phillippe), seeking more publicity than justice, gets involved in the case and argues all the way to the Supreme Court on Miranda's behalf. This results in a highly publicized verdict that triggers a downward spiral for Trish and her family, including her conservative mother (Mirielle Enos), who fears negative publicity. The film also touches on the gender inequities of the period, as Trish is victimized not only by the physical and psychological trauma but also by a prevailing attitude at the time that places undue burdens of proof on women both in the courtroom and in the public eye.

Abigail Breslin delivers a powerful performance as Trish, capturing the emotional turmoil and resilience of a young woman caught in the crosshairs of a flawed legal system. Sebastian Quinn's portrayal of Ernesto Miranda is equally compelling, as he navigates the complexities of a character who is both a suspect and a symbol of a larger legal debate. Andy Garcia brings gravitas to his role as Miranda's lawyer, while Ryan Phillippe's defense attorney character adds a layer of intrigue and moral ambiguity to the story. The supporting cast, including Mirielle Enos, adds depth to the narrative, showcasing the societal pressures and biases that influenced the case.

The period recreation in "Miranda's Victim" is commendable, with the cinematography effectively capturing the essence of the 1960s. The use of color, lighting, and set design transports the audience back in time, immersing them in the historical context of the story. However, the film's visual style, while adequate, does not particularly stand out or add significant artistic value to the narrative. The straightforward approach to the visuals may be seen as a deliberate choice to focus on the content rather than the form, but it does leave the film feeling somewhat dry and didactic at times.

The screenplay of "Miranda's Victim" provides moderate insight into the gender inequities of the period, and while it steers away from its character-driven strengths at times, it offers a thoughtful examination of the case and its implications. The dialogue can be clunky, particularly when dealing with the legal intricacies of the Miranda rights and the due process of criminal suspects. Despite this, the final act of the film features some compelling litigatory fireworks as it takes a more even-handed perspective, questioning whether the ends justify the means without arguing against the validity of the Miranda rights.

"Miranda's Victim" is not just a historical drama but also a social commentary on the justice system and the treatment of victims, especially in the context of sexual assault. The film highlights the challenges faced by women in the courtroom and the public eye, emphasizing the need for change and a more empathetic approach to such sensitive cases. By viewing the story through a progressive contemporary lens in the #MeToo era, "Miranda's Victim" gives the title character a worthwhile spotlight after all these years, even if it's not as persuasive as it deserves to be.

In conclusion, "Miranda's Victim" is a film that tackles a significant historical and legal issue with a commendable degree of earnestness and respect for the real-life events it portrays. While the film may not break new ground in terms of cinematic style or narrative structure, it serves as an important reminder of the complexities of justice and the human cost of legal battles. The performances are strong, particularly from Breslin and Quinn, and the film's exploration of gender inequities and the treatment of victims adds a layer of depth that will resonate with contemporary audiences. Despite its shortcomings, "Miranda's Victim" is a worthwhile watch for those interested in legal dramas and historical accounts that shed light on the evolution of civil rights and the justice system in America.

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