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Powerfully explores the struggles faced by those whom DNA testing has exonerated after years behind bars. Read full review
Jessica Sanders has observed a collection of lives dramatically altered by a flawed legal system. Read full review
There's also a little something smarmy about the interactions between the lawyers and their clients, all of whom are poor. Read full review
In her clear and compelling film, Sanders lets the innocents do the talking. Read full review
The embittered men make fascinating subjects. Read full review
Gut-wrenching. Read full review
After Innocence isn't bravura filmmaking, and it doesn't have to be -- this is one of those documentaries where the subject is compelling enough to do the legwork. Read full review
Puts a human face on the failings of the American judicial system and the growing importance of DNA in legal proceedings. Read full review
Though Jessica Sanders' rambling documentary about the damaged lives of wrongfully imprisoned men would have made a better subject for an hour-long "Dateline" special, it's still a powerful indictment of a judicial system too anxious to close cases, and then close ranks when someone tries to reopen them. Read full review
Exploring the lives of several wrongly convicted men exonerated by DNA evidence, the documentary After Innocence makes a reasonable case that compensation is due them. Read full review
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