Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom (2008)
During the summer of 1964, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner were murdered by members of the KKK for registering African-Americans voters in Neshoba County in Mississippi. The incident inspired the film "Mississippi Burning," yet almost 40 years later, the killers had not been brought to justice. This absorbing documentary examines the case, the eventual prosecution of Edgar Ray Killen and others, and how the area is still dealing with its violent and racist past. 87 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bonus short "Get on Board" (2008); bonus footage; more.