A movie that tells the story of a landmark eminent domain case before the U.S. Supreme Court—and makes it interesting, even moving—debuts in movie theaters starting April 20.

“Little Pink House” recounts the long journey of Susette Kelo, a New London, Connecticut, homeowner who fought the city’s plans to tear down her house and others to make room for a Pfizer Inc. facility, a hotel and other private uses.

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