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Crime After Crime -- The story of the battle to free Debbie Peagler, an incarcerated survivor of brutal domestic violence.

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1 July 2011 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Horribly abused...Wrongfully imprisoned...One signature away from freedom.
Plot:
The story of the battle to free Debbie Peagler, an incarcerated survivor of brutal domestic violence... See more » | Add synopsis »
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10 wins & 1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
The Most Underrated Documentary of 2011 See more (5 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Deborah Peagler ... Herself
Joshua Safran ... Himself
Nadia Costa ... Herself
Yoav Potash ... Himself
Bobby Buechler ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Dee Kelly Barrett ... Lee Esther
Jeff Bleich ... Himself
T'Onna Champagne ... Debbie Peagler
Tiffany Champagne ... Joyce

Tennille Williams ... Crystal
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Directed by
Yoav Potash 
 
Produced by
Gail Dolgin .... associate producer
Shira Potash .... associate producer: Bay Area
Yoav Potash .... producer
Melissa Schulman .... associate producer: Los Angeles
 
Original Music by
Jaymee Carpenter 
 
Cinematography by
Ben Ferrer 
Yoav Potash 
 
Film Editing by
Yoav Potash 
 
Set Decoration by
Ali Matilla (uncredited)
 
Makeup Department
Marie Helene Kazadi .... key hair stylist: additional photography (uncredited)
Ko Wills .... key makeup artist: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Frank Giraffe .... post-production manager
Scott Trimble .... unit production manager: Los Angeles
 
Sound Department
Kathleen Edwards .... sound designer
Tor McAfee Kingdon .... sound re-recording mixer
Andy Snavley .... sound editor
Kathleen Edwards .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph Aguirre .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Marjorie Alexander .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Richard Alvarez .... first unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Luke Archer .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
David S. Bouza .... first unit camera: Los Angeles (as David Bouza)
Matt Chapman .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Kirill Davidoff .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Gail Dolgin .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Gail Dolgin .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Kristine Enea .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Ben Ferrer .... first unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Ben Greenwood .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Roy Wanguhu Kiiru .... first unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Joe Kocsis .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Terren Lin .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Eri Magara .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Dan Moses .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Beth Pielert .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Yoav Potash .... first unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Yoav Potash .... first unit camera: Los Angeles
May Rigler .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Bruce Schermer .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Ben Staley .... second unit camera: Los Angeles
Glenn Starry .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Kara Stephens .... first unit camera: Los Angeles
Ben Youngerman .... second unit camera: Bay Area & CCWF Prison
Aram Aramyan .... first assistant cameraman: additional photography (uncredited)
Adam Teschel .... key grip: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Yoav Potash .... motion graphics
Adam Shaening-Pokrasso .... motion graphics
 
Editorial Department
Aaron I. Butler .... consulting editor
Edgardo Cervano-Soto .... post-production intern
David Garcia .... digital intermediate colorist
Sarah Gilson .... directors assistant
Frank Giraffe .... assistant editor
Jonathan Liebert .... digital cinema mastering
Elizabeth Parks .... post-production intern
Adam Teschel .... post-production intern
Levi Welton .... post-production intern
 
Music Department
Benjamin Carpenter .... composer: additional music
Jaymee Carpenter .... music supervisor
Skyler Champion .... composer: additional music
Ross A. Hendler .... additional score
Joshua Hollander .... musician
Yoav Potash .... music supervisor
Nachman Wajcman .... additional score
Brooke Wentz .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
CC Chainey .... production assistant
Jesse Ehman .... assistant location manager: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Bobby Buechler .... dedicatee: in memory of
Deborah Peagler .... dedicatee: in memory of
 

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The Most Underrated Documentary of 2011, 24 October 2012
Author: Eric M. Van (emvan@post.harvard.edu) from Watertown, Mass.

This is simply a riveting and intensely moving documentary on an important subject. It was shot over a period of years, and the true story takes unexpected turns; I was reminded of Hoop Dreams. Perhaps I'm biased because I've had first-hand experience with out horribly flawed justice system*, so let's just say that if you are interested in the subject, you *have* to see this.

I saw 17 documentaries that were released in 2011, and it was a great year for them. I'm a ferociously tough grader; an 8 is an A- grade. Pina earned a 10 (A+) for its use of 3D, Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead earned a 9 (A) for being life-changing, and this led the 8's ahead of Bill Cunningham New York, If a Tree Falls, and We Were Here. The 7's (equivalent to a B+ grade) were Project Nim, The Interrupters, Into The Abyss, and Senna. If you see a lot of docs, that should give you an idea of just how good I thought this was. See it!

* My roommate was convicted of a crime after my exonerating testimony was thrown out by a judge's egregious error. The verdict was overturned unanimously on appeal, but not until he'd spent nearly two years in prison.

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