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People V. The State Of Illusion Movie Trailer, Poster and Images

Trailer, images and the poster for Scott Cervine's People v. The State of Illusion documentary. Produced by Exalt Films, and Movies From The Heart, the documentary written and produced by Austin Vickers, and helmed by award winning director Scott Cervine, opens in Seattle on March 16th. People v. The State of Illusion is set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary, and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is arrested and tried on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. Aaron is convicted at trial and sent to the state penitentiary, and his daughter becomes a ward of the State. While there, an attorney learns of her plight and the story of her father, and decides to represent her in an innovative and emotionally-compelling case against the State. Written and produced by Austin Vickers, this movie
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People V. The State Of Illusion Movie Trailer, Poster and Images

Trailer, images and the poster for Scott Cervine's People v. The State of Illusion documentary. Produced by Exalt Films, and Movies From The Heart, the documentary written and produced by Austin Vickers, and helmed by award winning director Scott Cervine, opens in Seattle on March 16th. People v. The State of Illusion is set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary, and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is arrested and tried on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. Aaron is convicted at trial and sent to the state penitentiary, and his daughter becomes a ward of the State. While there, an attorney learns of her plight and the story of her father, and decides to represent her in an innovative and emotionally-compelling case against the State. Written and produced by Austin Vickers, this movie

People V. The State Of Illusion Movie Trailer, Poster and Images

Trailer, images and the poster for Scott Cervine's People v. The State of Illusion documentary. Produced by Exalt Films, and Movies From The Heart, the documentary written and produced by Austin Vickers, and helmed by award winning director Scott Cervine, opens in Seattle on March 16th. People v. The State of Illusion is set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary, and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is arrested and tried on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. Aaron is convicted at trial and sent to the state penitentiary, and his daughter becomes a ward of the State. While there, an attorney learns of her plight and the story of her father, and decides to represent her in an innovative and emotionally-compelling case against the State. Written and produced by Austin Vickers, this movie
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Exclusive: People V. the State of Illusion Poster

Exclusive: People V. the State of Illusion Poster
We have the exclusive poster premiere for Exalt Films' upcoming documentary People V. the State of Illusion, which opens in Seattle March 16, and will be touring around the country after its debut. Take a look at this one-sheet below for director Scott Cervine's documentary about an attorney who makes a case against the State, on behalf of a convict's daughter.

Exalt Films, and Movies From The Heart, are proud to present People V. the State of Illusion. This feature length film, directed by award winning Director SScott Cervine, is set in the notorious "Old Main Prison" of the New Mexico State Penitentiary, and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is arrested and tried on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. Aaron is convicted at trial and sent to the state penitentiary, and his daughter becomes a ward of the State.
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Weinsteins Buy ‘Pusher’ Remake; Samuel Goldwyn Putting Up ‘Illusion’; ‘Giant Mechanical Man’ Goes to Tribeca

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Nicolas Winding Refn became a real commodity real fast, though his immense talent as a filmmaker more than explains a) why this happened and b) why we care. He does, however, have his name on one project that we haven’t paid much attention to: the British remake of his debut, 1996′s gritty crime film Pusher. Directed by Luis Prieto and executive produced by the original creator himself, Pusher follows the same story as its original, wherein a drug dealer has to pay back a kingpin after screwing up a job. This time, in England.

Production wrapped sometime in the last month, and Deadline reports that The Weinstein Company has — through their new outlet, Radius — picked up American rights to the picture. And, in a somewhat poetic turn, the acquisition was partially made by Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, who ran Magnolia when the studio put out Winding Refn‘s
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Samuel Goldwyn Acquires 'People V. the State of Illusion'

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. rights to "People V. the State of Illusion," from award-winning director Scott Cervine. The documentary, made in the vein of "What the Bleed Do We Know!??," explores the science of power of our perceptions and imagination. Here's the synopsis per Samuel Goldwyn: "People V. the State of Illusion" is set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is arrested and tried on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. Aaron is convicted at trial and sent to the state penitentiary and his daughter becomes a ward of the State. While there, an attorney learns of her plight and decides to represent her in an innovative and emotionally compelling case against the State. This inspiring film explores the science and power of perception
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