The photographs appear on screen with star Jennifer Garner during a key scene
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Two Keith Dotson photographs can be seen on the big screen now in the Jennifer Garner action movie "Peppermint." Garner stars as Riley North, a vengeful mother who must fight back against the justice system that failed her, and the gangsters who murdered her family.
The photographs appear in a key scene where Riley deals rough justice to a corrupt judge in his home. The photographs are shown clearly on screen with Garner for a brief time. A quick-cut from the official trailer (screen capture above) shows a partial view of one of Keith's photos behind Garner's head. The other two photos shown in the screen capture are the work of other photographer(s).
The photos from Jennifer Garner's 'Peppermint'
There are four photographs in the judge's house scene: two photographs by other artists are alternated in a row with two photographs by Keith Dotson.
The second photograph (from left, as seen in the movie) is this photograph of a foggy morning landscape captured in Wisconsin. The fourth photograph was shot near Miles City, Montana and portrays the ruin of an old US Army Cavalry officer's quarters from the 1800s.
"Black Trees, White Fence," a black and white photograph by Keith Dotson, seen with Jennifer Garner in the 2018 action movie Peppermint
Above: Photograph of the abandoned US Army officer's quarters at Fort Keogh in Montana, a black and white photograph by Keith Dotson. The photograph can be seen in the Jennifer Garner movie Peppermint.
The production had originally licensed 12 of Keith's photographs, with only two making the final cut.
Keith Dotson photos in other movies and shows
"Keith's photos have previously appeared on the big screen in the 2016 holiday movie "Why Him?" starring Brian Cranston and James Franco, and they had recurring roles on "Grey's Anatomy" and "Melissa and Joey."
Above: Keith's photographs as seen behind members of the band KISS, in the 2016 movie "Why Him?"
Three landscape photographs by Keith Dotson in a scene from Grey's Anatomy