Black teenager fights for freedom, identity in ‘Monster’

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    A Black teenager on trial fights to clear his name and reclaim his identity in ‘Monster,’ a film that dives headlong into issues that have animated the Black Lives Matter movement and often led the news agenda in recent times.

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