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Executions II (1995)

Video  -  Documentary  -  1995 (USA)
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Documentary examining the many forms of execution that take place in the world today.

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Documentary examining the many forms of execution that take place in the world today.

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Waste of an hour
18 September 2012 | by (Queensland, Australia) – See all my reviews

This "documentary" is intended to shock and to encourage people to join the anti-death penalty front. It does neither. In fact there are very few scenes of actual executions. It shows, mainly, successive scenes of dead and mutilated bodies being carried away after various massacres. The film is grainy and poorly coloured as if it was taken with a cheap camera from a long way away – which it probably was. There are a few shots of Joseph Stalin – very much alive – and a suggestion that the Pol Pot massacres could be seen as being justified. On the whole this documentary can be described in one word - "rubbish". Avoid it at all cost. I have not seen the other Execution videos and I won't be bothering.


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