Dr. Davenport (Denzel Washington):
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In 1841, is a free and extremely well spoken African-American man working as a violinist, living with his wife and two children in . Two white men, Brown and Hamilton, offer him short-term employment as a musician if he will travel with them to Washington, D.C. However, once they arrive they reveal their true intentions to Solomon, drugging Northup and conspiring to deliver him to a run by a man named Burch. Northup proclaims that he is a free man only to be violently beaten with a plywood. Northup is later shipped to along with others who have been detained unwillingly. He is told by other captured African Americans that if he wants to survive the south, he would need to adapt to being a slave and not tell anyone he is a free man. A slave trader named Freeman gives Northup the identity of "Platt", a runaway slave from Georgia, and sells him to plantation owner . Due to tension between Northup and another plantation worker, Ford sells him to another slave owner named . In the process, Northup attempts to explain that he is actually a free man, but William says that there is nothing he can do for him now.