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TEN MOST RECENT COMMENTS FROM THE INTERNET
"why do movies always show the electrocuted prisoner shaking, twitching, and convulsing? according to everything I've read, the only movement is in the hands (they usually ball up or grasp the chair) or, depending on how much slack is in the straps, they may jerk forward or backward right as the button is pressed.
I would guess that if electrocutions involved as much "violence" as seen in this movie, then all witnesses would have been permanently traumatized, and "the chair" would have never ended up replacing "the noose". "
"I've seen quite a few films this year - I average about 2 per week - and this film is the most gripping and unique movie I've seen all year long. What I like the most is the realism of the interviews and prison scenes, and in particular, the final scene of the move - the execution. "
"We really loved the "Halloween" special screening of "X". Scary and thought provoking at the same time. Very original movie. Thank you. "
Sonny and Jan R.
"Thank you for making this powerful movie that rocked my world when it comes to capital punishment. "
"Will the movie come back to London? I would love to see it again. I can't find it on Netflix. Can anyone help? "