Despite being named her hero, Marshall is not your archetypal biography. Instead of examining the influence of the craft and the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, we have studied Thurgood Marshall’s astounding successes in just one case and early in his career. It’s about those who care about the case as well as about the effects of the US.
Reginald Hudlin’s Thurgood Marshall is played by Chadwick Boseman, a lawyer representing the NAACP (Association for the Advancement of the National Colored People), who represents clients accused of committing crimes for being black only. Marshall voluntarily proposes to work with Joseph Spell (Sterling K. Brown) to defend himself against compensation claims and to present the rich white woman’s words against Eleanor Strubing (Kate Hudson).