Darryl Hunt was convicted of a crime he didn't commit—raping and murdering a white woman—and spent two decades behind bars. Even when DNA evidence proved he wasn't guilty, the racist men and women of the racist court system kept him behind bars. The last time the film screened in Seattle, The Stranger exclaimed: "Every American should see this film." Tonight's screening is followed by a Q&A and reception with Darryl Hunt and his attorneys, thrown by the Innocence Project Northwest. (Varsity, 4329 University Way NE. 7 pm, $25–$50.)

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