In the film, an investigation into two deaths is shown. It refers to the discussions and interrogations that take place solely on one evening. Convincing the job of Superintendent (Morgan Freeman) is to get information from witnesses and suspects, under the circumstances, the only part of the puzzle is always betrayed. The film is entertaining just by this way. The spectator puts together individual pieces of looking, and he always asks for their circumstantial action and learn how unimportant questions about major aspects of the case lead.
What ruined the film is the final. Perhaps some important person or lobby has advocated attach those superfluous, absolutely illogical final minutes behind. Simply omit the last 6 minutes!