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

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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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