(Photo: Paul Sarkis)
(Photo: Paul Sarkis)

On ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder, Viola Davis plays the cunning, sexual and mysterious Annalise Keating, a dogged law professor with blood on her hands.

But in her new movie Custody, which premiered Sunday at Tribeca Film Festival, people will see another side of the Emmy Award-winning actress, who picks up the gavel as a beleaguered New York judge in the throes of a messy custody case.

Davis, a producer on the film with husband Julius Tennon, was sent the script two years ago by writer/director James Lapine (Into the Woods) and was instantly compelle

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