This 1979 legal drama stars Al Pacino who plays a scruffy rebel, strong but vulnerable, low-key but easily ignited, fighting in a slick society for simple rights and a fair shake. His high voltage performance as a Baltimore lawyer earned him a Best Actor nomination, with a nomination also going to Valerie Curtain and Barry Levinson for best screenplay. The film stands out for its strong direction, bright performances, stinging script, ace camera work and a jaunty music score. Rated R for language. Run time 1 hour 59 minutes. Donations gratefully accepted at the door. Tickets not available online. Assistive Listening devices are available.