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Forgiven (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama | 23 January 2006 (USA)
On the eve of his campaign launch for a seat in the US Senate, Peter Miles, a small town District Attorney, receives word that the governor has exonerated Ronald Bradler, a death row inmate... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Peter Miles
Ronald Bradler
Jamie Doyle
Kate Miles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cooper Agar ...
Jake Miles
Randall Fuller
Al Butler ...
Raynor Reed
Doug Chancey ...
Praying Man
Robert Gregory Cole ...
Reporter 3
Bradley Evans ...
Local Man
Libby Fitzgerald ...
Nancy Redman
John Keenan ...
Group Leader
Reporter 1


On the eve of his campaign launch for a seat in the US Senate, Peter Miles, a small town District Attorney, receives word that the governor has exonerated Ronald Bradler, a death row inmate whom Peter prosecuted five years earlier for the murder of a local police officer. In the wake of Bradler's release and through the prism of the media frenzy surrounding the high profile case, what unfolds is a public vetting of Peter's record. When hard evidence of actual impropriety on Peter's part finds it way into his possession, Bradler seeks out Peter for answers. Written by Anonymous

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An outstanding thought provoking film everyone MUST SEE!!!
5 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Thank God for Paul Fitzgerald. I saw this film for the second time at AFI film Festival after seeing it at Sundance earlier this year. The reaction to the film has been quite controversial in itself, but I have nothing but praise for the filmmaker in choosing a subject matter that does not take sides yet presents the hypocrisy of society so real it seems to be upsetting many here. the performances were flawless and the story was so riveting I could hardly swallow my saliva. It is a very intense movie and not easy to watch the injustice that is happening here. Even worse, the film doesn't supply the viewer with an easy answer hence why this picture is a must see. The filmmaker/star is to be commended for he handle the subject matter, storytelling, starring role and everything else he did in between with lost of dedication to the craft giving us a final product he should be proud of. I hope this film does find a distributor. I do warn this is one of those film that MUST BE handled with care. It needs to be available to as many people as possible. This story is so universal and so present in what's going on everywhere that is it disturbing to see such a film that is so truthful and right on in its message. To the writer,director, filmmaker, actor, I will be looking out for you and anything else you make because you are an accident waiting to happen and you have the looks and charisma of a star. Thank you for offering this work to the world. I hope it is well received and will I personally will be telling everyone about it and rooting and supporting it when it does get released.

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