The roots of Steve James's disturbing documentary lie in youthful idealism: As a student at Southern Illinois University in the mid-1980s, he became a Big Brother to Stephen Fielding, an impoverished child from near-rural Pomona. A plump, thick-lipped 11-year-old with chunky glasses, Stevie had already been profoundly failed by his fractured family. By more

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