Judgment (1990 film)

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Judgment is an HBO television film. It was first broadcast on October 13, 1990, and was written and directed by Tom Topor. The film's tagline is "No one stands beyond the reach of the law, not even the Church."

Judgment
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GenreDrama
Written byTom Topor
Directed byTom Topor
StarringKeith Carradine
Blythe Danner
Jack Warden
David Strathairn
Michael Faustino
Music byCliff Eidelman
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producerSteve Tisch
ProducerRob Hershman
CinematographyElemer Ragalyi
EditorCynthia Scheider
Running time90 minutes
Production companyHBO Pictures
DistributorHBO
Release
Original networkHBO
Picture formatColor
Audio formatDolby
Original release
  • October 13, 1990 (1990-10-13)

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The sexual abuse of minors by priests is the delicate issue to be handled by Peter and Emmeline Guitry, devout Catholics in a small town in Louisiana whose lives are shattered when their son Robbie reveals that he has been sexually abused by their priest, Father Frank Aubert. Along with other parents in the parish, they begin a persistent but painful campaign to remove Aubert from the clergy, and have him prosecuted as a sex offender. The Catholic Church attempts to cover up the abuse and place Aubert back in the parish, causing a nationally publicized lawsuit.

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