Legal television programs
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Legal drama (Television programs)
Legal -- television programs
Bob Balaban; Greg Schultz; Steven Tabakin; Jessica Blank; Erik Jensen; Brian Dennehy; Danny Glover; Delroy Lindo; Aidan Quinn; Susan Sarandon; David Robbins; Culture Project (Theater company); Chicagofilms (Firm); @Radical.media (Firm); Courtroom Television Network.; Monterey Video (Firm)
|注意：||Originally broadcast on television in 2005.
Special features: Actor's soundbites; from the writers; actor & exoneree bios; background story.
|制作人员：||Director of photography, Rufus Standefer ; editor, Andy Kier ; music, David Robbins.|
|演员名单:||Brian Dennehy, Danny Glover, Delroy Lindo, Aidan Quinn, Susan Sarandon, David Brown, Jr., Chris Bauer, Dennis Burkley, Bobby Canavale, Carlin Glynn, Brian Kerwin, Laurence Luckinbill.|
|目标对象：||Viewer discretion advised. Some language may be inappropriate for young children. Recommended aged 18 and older.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD, NTSC; region 1; Dolby Digital stereo.|
|责任：||directed by Bob Balaban ; written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen ; producers, Greg Schultz, Steven Tabakin ; a @Radical. Media / Chicagofilms production ; produced in association with the Culture Project ; Court TV.|
The undeniable power of the true stories of six exonerated survivors of death row will engage your emotion, incite your passion, and envelope you in their search for the lost pieces of dignity and the lives that were interrupted. The Exonerated began its journey over the summer of 2000, when authors Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen traveled across the United States, interviewing 40 of the (then) 89 former death row prisoners. They went as far south as Texas and Miami, as far north as Chicago and just about everywhere in between to meet the people whose stories appear in The Exonerated. The interviewees were from vastly different ethnic, religious and educational backgrounds. Their views on the world varied greatly. The only thing that they had in common was that all 40 had been sentenced to death, spent anywhere from 2 to 22 years on death row and were subsequently found innocent and freed by the state.