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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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Peter Miles
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Ronald Bradler
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Jamie Doyle
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Kate Miles
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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 excellent movie with good acting and an interesting plot line
13 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

This movie was viewed at the BendFilm Festival in Bend, OR. It is a passionate movie about race, politics and relationships. It has a powerful cast of very moving characters who are trying to determine how to live their lives.

Religion is brought into it but it is minimal which is should be, especially since one of the main characters doesn't really live by the religious teachings he says he follows.

There is tragedy and sadness that is very realistic given the circumstances of this small town in the South, but one would hope that this would not happen in the 21st century.

I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies that make them think and have strong characters and a strong message.


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