Written January 28, 2013
An incredibly well done documentary from beginning to end, dealing with a horrifying event and exposing how the justice system can be so easily manipulated... makes you wonder how much innocence is truly lost to the blind system we've trusted for so long.
Written July 31, 2014
What a manipulative and meaningless piece of garbage. I was hoping for some beef here. Jackson should stick with his phantasie movies. OMG...and Depp and whoever else got involved here should go to rehab and not mingle with things they are to stupid to understand.This was painful to watch. The Mephis three did it ! This movie was boring and it proves nothing at all. I want my money back!
Written February 22, 2013
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Written March 08, 2013
this is a true story that doesn't just leave you thinking, it leaves you with questions, mixed emotions, and the want to help.
I've had the pleasure of meeting Damien, one of the men who were wrongly convicted in Arkansas. he is a brilliant and insightful man who deserves exoneration
peter jackson and amy berg did an amazing job of putting this together.
when you see this, share it with your friends and family!
Written March 03, 2013
in the greatest Civil Rights challenge of our time wrongful conviction and mass incarceration is a national disgrace. After being robbed of their youth these men were freed and they are the lucky ones. Many many more exist that are robbed of their civil rights and their lives ruined forever. Go see this most excellent movie. I have met Lori and Damien and they are dedicated, loving people who have lived this and are telling their story. if you think it can't happen to someone in your family think again .