The Cast Lists:
Ruth Negga played as Mildred Loving, the soft-spoken, sweet, young lady of American Indian and black ancestry, who was married to Richard and violated the nation’s anti-miscegenation rule.
Marton Csokas played as Sheriff Brooks, the powerful local form whom everyone in the Caroline County knew and dread about.
Nick Kroll played as Bernie Cohen, the young ACLU volunteer lawyer that stands for Mildred and Richard Loving.
Michael Shannon played as Grey Villet, the freelance picture taker who was commissioned by the LIFE Magazine to make a photo essay about the Lovings.
Terri Abney was introduced being Garnet Jeter, Mildred sister
Alano Miller emerges as Raymond Green, Richard’s best friend
Jon Bass emerges as Phil Hirschkop, the civil rights lawyer in Virginia, and the colleague of Bernie Cohen
Bill Camp emerges as Frank Beazley, the previous lawyer of the Lovings
David Jensen emerges as Judge Bazile, a Caroline County lawyer in 1958 that accused the Lovings of violating the Racial Integrity Act in Virginia.
Sharon Blackwood emerges as Lola Loving, the mother of Richard.
Christopher Mann emerges as Theoliver Jeter, the father of Mildred.
Winter-Lee Holland emerges as Musiel Byrd-Jeter, Mildred’s mother.
Michael Abbott Jr. emerges as Deputy Cole, a law officer that charged while arresting the couple.
Chris Greene emerges as Percy Fortune, the best pal of the Lovings, especially Richard.
Will Dalton emerges as Virgil, the loyal friend of Richard.
The Story Line:
The Lovings transferred to Washington to reside with Mildred's friend. They temporarily went home to Caroline County so Sidney, the first child, can be delivered by the mother of Richard who is a midwife. Arrested once again, they were cleared when the lawyer told that he erroneously informed the couple that they can go back home. Richard and Mildred then have two other kids, Donald and Peggy. But, Mildred matures disturbed with the thoughts of her being away from her country, and the irritation grows more when she witnesses the Washington March. She wrote to Attorney Gen. Robert Kennedy for help. Robert Kennedy referred them to the Civil Liberties Union in America. Lawyer Bernard Cohen takes their case and presented it with constitutional law specialist Phil Hirschkop. They wrap-up with the ordeal that the Lovings' has a better opportunity of going to the Supreme Court all the way, and overturning identical anti-miscegenation rules across the nation.