We're at the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) Festival discussing Ricochet, a documentary that follows a San Francisco court case that ultimately had an affect on the 2016 election and the state of the entire nation. It's a riveting documentary that not only shows you the complicated nature of court cases, but also how politics and the media often get in the way. Director Chihiro Wimbush discusses his emotional journey to finish the film after the untimely death of SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi, and how he hopes this story will motivate change in our criminal justice system.
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