Young lawyer Steve Mundine (Lee Majors) and his wife, Nella (Barbara Hershey), move to Tennessee to work in his Uncle Oman's law firm. Under his nephew's pressure, Oman Hedgepath (Lee J. Cobb) agrees to represent L.B. Jones (Roscoe Lee Browne), a wealthy black undertaker who intends to divorce his wife, Emma (Lola Falana), for adultery with Willie Joe Worth (Anthony Zerbe), a white policeman. But small-town southern law is not genteel when sex and race intersect. Director William Wyler's final film. Newly remastered.
After his wife has an affair with a white policeman, a wealthy black man files for divorce. A violent tale of racism in the south.
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