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Deadline (2004)
Starring: Anthony Amsterdam, Stephen Bright, Donald Cabana, Tom Cross, Gary Gauger
Director: Katy Chevigny, Kirsten Johnson
Category: Documentary
Studio: Home Vision
90 mins



What Would You Do If You Discovered That 13 People Slated For Execution Had Been Found Innocent?

That was exactly the question that Illinois Governor George Ryan faced in his final days in office.

He alone was left to decide whether 167 death row inmates should live or die. In the riveting countdown to Ryan's decision, Deadline details the gripping drama of the state's clemency hearings. Documented as the events unfolded, Deadline is a compelling look inside America's prisons, highlighting one man's unlikely and historic actions against the system.


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