This story is very sad. The film was done flawlessly and is very impressive, particularly because of the fact that the director worked with the original characters. I couldn't sleep after watching it. Yet, the film shows an important fact: Justice and police are not infallible. So from this fact one can draw a lesson: if one wants to prevent problems with justice and police, he or she must prevent from giving any reason which might induce them to consider him a suspect and perhaps chase and catch him. This assertion is a simple behavior rule which usually is learned at home and at school, and which should be taken in account by people whose behavior exceeds the limits of the law. The guys who were suited and wrongly convicted where doing wrong and reprehensible things, so, they gave a reason to be mistaken for the true culprit. Putting this story in another context, look at what might happen to those who challenge the laws of nature, mountain climbers for instance; in spite of being good guys, they might suffer serious accidents which might cripple or even kill them. Take another example, on January 7, 1978, London city, Jean Charles was in a hurry and running to catch a metro in an underground station. The police which was doing a blitz in this station, mistaken him with a terrorist and shoot him to death. The behavior rule in the first example is: be aware of the limits of safety in a climb and don't exceed them. And in the Jean Charles drama: be aware of what is going on around you and if there is a blitz going on, be cool and do not run, because the police might think that you are running from them. This movie makes ridiculous all the TV series like Crime Scene Investigation (CSI), and Law & Order.
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