In 1950s England, slow-witted Derek Bentley falls in with a group of petty criminals led by Chris Craig, a teenager with a fondness for American gangster films. Chris and Derek's friendship leads to their involvement in the true case which would forever shake England's belief in capital punishment.
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The shocking story of an unbelievable miscarriage of justice.
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Based on the 1990 book "Let Him Have It, Chris" by British author and history teacher, M.J Trow. See more
Prior to his execution, Bentley is wearing a tie, which hangman Pierrepoint removes. British protocol was that the condemned would be given their own clothes to wear on the morning of execution, but NOT a collar (they were detachable back then) and definitely NOT a tie. See more
[about his brother's girlfriend
You know I could square it with Niv if you want a shot at her, I don't suppose he'd mind, not if you're a pal of mine.
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