Exposure follows a rookie Detroit African-American female cop who stumbles upon corrupt officers who are murdering a drug dealer, an incident captured by her body cam. They pursue her through the night in an attempt to destroy the footage, but to make matters worse, they've tipped off a criminal gang that she's responsible for the dealer's death.
"A rise in the wider awareness of just how many unarmed black men die at the hands of racist white police officers has had a ripple effect on the big screen, felt forcefully last year with a string of angry, urgent films, big and small. From a brief yet devastating scene in Widows to the powerful triptych storytelling of Monsters and Men to the ferociously effective and criminally underrated The Hate U Give, the multiplex provided only intermittent solace from the world outside."
"A supremely stressful day in Alicia West’s life — she will be shot at, betrayed and hunted by ruthless men on both sides of the law — begins with a morning jog through a quiet New Orleans neighborhood. Head down, earbuds in, minding her business, Alicia is stopped and frisked by police officers because she “fits the profile."