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'The right to oppose, in Alabama it is still dark over the hedge

The cinema of the judiciary, in the variant of saving an innocent man from the death penalty, is a sub-genre as old as american cinema, and unfortunately it has

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'The right to oppose, in Alabama it is still dark over the hedge
The cinema of the judiciary, in the variant of saving an innocent man from the death penalty, is a sub-genre as old as american cinema, and unfortunately it has not lost its relevance. It has its own rules, its sense, and at the bottom is, from the political point of view, quite harmless: in the discussion, in fact, is not the death penalty itself, but the miscarriage of justice, i.e. the fact that they killed the wrong people. Just Mercy, translated by us with a not so exciting with The right to object, is a perfect example of the genre. It may have been shot in 1980, or 1960, and the terms of the drama would be the same as the style of the film. That seems to claim ownership, emphasizing more times as the place where the story takes place the town where it was set in The darkness beyond the hedge.

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