Donald Trump might want to pay close attention the Ava DuVernay’s latest collaboration with Netflix. The director is reteaming with the streaming giant for a five episode limited series about the Central Park Five, to be written and directed by DuVernay. Their first collaboration was the riveting Oscar-nominated documentary 13th, about America’s mass incarceration epidemic.

Just last year, Donald Trump insisted that the five young men of color were guilty of raping a female jogger in 1989, despite the fact that they were exonerated in 1989 after spending between six and 13 years in prison respectively. At the time, Trump took out a full page ad in four New York City newspapers calling for the reinstatement of the death penalty.

“They admitted they were guilty,” Trump told CNN in October. “The police doing the original investigation say they were guilty. The fact that that case was settled with so much evidence against them is outrageous. And the woman, so badly injured, will never be the same.”

DuVernay couldn’t help but invoke the president’s incendiary remarks in a statement about the upcoming project.

“I had an extraordinary experience working with Netflix on 13th and am overjoyed to continue this exploration of the criminal justice system as a narrative project with Cindy Holland and the team there,” DuVernay said. “The story of the men known as Central Park Five has riveted me for more than two decades. In their journey, we witness five innocent young men of color who were met with injustice at every turn—from coerced confessions to unjust incarceration to public calls for their execution by the man who would go on to be the President of the United States.”

Each episode will trace one of the men’s lives, from their childhood in Harlem up until their wrongful conviction. DuVernay feels like the perfect fit to dramatize what Netflix’s Cindy Howland called “one of the most talked-about cases of our time”. After following up her breakout film Selma with the aforementioned 13th, DuVernay has quietly been making the case and establishing a framework for film as a method of advocacy. Her latest effort is certain to be required viewing, especially if your name is Donald Trump.