Release Date: April 13th, 2012
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 26 min
The filmmaker investigates a confession made after a 10-hour interrogation.
Director: Grover Babcock, Blue Hadaegh
Genres: Mystery, Crime drama, Documentary
This impassioned documentary could have the same real-world impact as Errol Morris's "The Thin Blue Line," and help to free a wrongly convicted man. The filmmaking could be better, but it's hard to argue with that kind of potential. show more
A cool documentary that makes the blood boil, it examines how people can be psychologically manipulated into confessing. Not only to crimes they may not have committed but, even worse, to crimes that may never have happened. show more
A true-crime documentary of invigorating analytical clarity and evenhandedness. show more