Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Joseph Pierson's Evenhand is a film about a pair of police officers in a fictional but realistic Texas town. Francis (Bill Dawes) and Morning (Bill Sage) have the same goals as officers of the law, but their personalities and their approaches to their work are very different. Francis richly believes in serving the community, while Morning is a hotshot, lone-wolf type. This observant character study was screened at the AFI Film Festival.
authority, city, partner, police-officer, urban-problems