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Last Day of Freedom
A Man Reflects on His Brother's Crime and Imprisonment

Last Day of Freedom - A Man Reflects on His Brother's Crime and Imprisonment
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Lindsay avatar
Lindsay

The use of animation in documentary films is a fascinating topic. The renderings here, tho beautiful, are far from representationally perfect, as if to admit that some realities are just too complex, too difficult to even attempt to reproduce "realistically." The traumas presented in LAST DAY ...Read more

Lisa avatar
Lisa

This is a beautifully rendered and incredibly moving film. I went in thinking that I knew where it was going and what it was going to be, but it challenged and moved me in ways I couldn't have anticipated.

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