Steph Curry has teamed up with Viola Davis to make a documentary in regards to the 2015 church taking pictures in Charleston by which 9 African Americans have been killed.
The film is named “Emanuel” — named after the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina.
The victims had been collaborating in a bible research session when then 21-year-old white supremacist Dylann Roof walked in and opened fireplace.
According to Curry’s manufacturing firm, Unanimous Media, the documentary “features intimate interviews with survivors and family members who were left to grapple with this senseless act of terror.”
The film is being promoted as a “poignant story of justice and faith, love and hate, and the healing power of forgiveness.”
Roof was captured and later pled responsible to state homicide prices. A federal courtroom sentenced him to demise by deadly injection.
Remember, one of the crucial highly effective moments from the entire ordeal was at Roof’s first courtroom look when relations of one of many victims informed Roof they forgive him.
One member of the family informed Roof, “May god have mercy on your soul.”