We had to watch this in high school as a combination of topics on capital punishment and documentary making. As documentary making techniques go some of the work done here was sloppy and could definitely be seen to give a biased view of the situation (that the guy they were following was innocent) but some of the points raised were highly valid and interesting. It gave an insight into some of the possible injustices of the legal system, and also the emotions experienced by a person on death row. In the end it was worthy program to watch and left you with conflicting views over the realisation of the capital punishment idea, and that's probably the most rewarding part of the experience
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