Director: Werner Herzog | US/Austria/UK 2012 | 188 min
James Barnes, George Rivas, Joseph Garcia, Hank Skinner and Linda Carty have one thing in common: all five of them are in prison sentenced to death for crimes they may or may not have committed. In 'Death Row', master director Werner Herzog follows the five lifetime inmates in Texas and Florida. In this new series, which is a sequel to the feature documentary 'Into the Abyss', Herzog focuses more on interviews with the inmates than on evidence and the motives behind their crimes. With the same cinematic expression present in 'Into the Abyss', Herzog once again reveals a fascinating depiction of human beings who find themselves in completely unimaginable situations and leave audiences wondering whether we are witnessing retaliation, revenge or punishment, as they discuss their crimes - or when some of them swear that they are innocent.
Death Row (US/Austria/UK, 2012, 188 min.)
Director: Werner Herzog. Producer: Erik Nelson. Production: Creative Differences, Spring Films, Werner Herzog Filmproduktion.
Parts 1+2 (75 kr) and parts 3+4 (75 kr) are shown in succession. A ticket for all four parts costs 95 kr.
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