A thrilling courtroom drama based on a novel by Scott Turow (PRESUMED INNOCENT), REVERSIBLE ERRORS stars William H. Macy as corporate lawyer Arthur Raven, who reluctantly takes on a pro bono murder case. Rommy "Squirrel" Gandolph (Glenn Plummer) was convicted seven years ago of a triple homicide, and is up for his last appeal before the death sentence is carried out.
As he begins to navigate the complex web of associations between those involved in the case, new evidence surfaces, a unexpected testimony from a dying man.
Raven acquires an unlikely ally in the form of former judge Gillian Sullivan (Macy's real-life wife Felicity Huffman), who has served time herself for bribery.
She presided over Gandolph's original trial, and now wants to do what she can to right the wrongs of the past.
Tom Selleck turns in a characteristically top-notch performance as the stubborn detective on the case, who's convinced they have the right man no matter what the evidence.
The production is a suspenseful, chilling examination of the death penalty and its pitfalls.