'The View' Co-hosts Discuss New Doc 'Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992'
'The View' co-hosts discuss the new film 'Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992.' The film comes on the 25th anniversary of the uprising in Los Angeles and documents the events following the brutal police beating of Rodney King. Sarah Haines says the film is important because many are not aware of the circumstances leading up to this tragedy. Sunny Hostin also recalls the time of the riots and how she felt the justice system had let the country down. Paula Faris feels the film, although it documents a situation from 25 years ago, seems really relevant today. Ken Jeong hopes 'Let it Fall' will be a catalyst for genuine dialogue between all races. Watch 'The View' WEEKDAYS at 11e|10c|p.
TV-14 | 04.28.17 | 03:01 | CC