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WIDE OPEN

Director:

Wren Rene

United States

2021

7'

WIDE OPEN

Paulette Carrington, Starr Granger, and Tamika Bell were sentenced to die in Pennsylvania when they were teenagers. After decades in prison - over 90 years collectively - they were released after the US Supreme court ruled that sentencing youth to life without parole was unconstitutional. This short film poetically depicts pieces of their transition home from prison.

Showing in:

Documentary: Presumed Guilty, Awaiting Innocence

18/01/22, 19:00

ICA