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|Film Genre:||Drama Thriller Crime|
|Budget:||$ 38 million|
|Country of Origin:||USA, Germany, UK|
|Year of Release:||2003|
|Actors:||Kevin Spacey, Kate Winslet, Laura Linney, Cleo King, Constance Jones, Lee Ritchey, Gabriel Mann, Matt Craven, Brandy Little, Rhona Mitra|
Detective drama Alan Parker. University of Texas professor Dr. Gail - zealous opponent of the death penalty - falls on death row after being falsely accused of rape and murder. He steadfastly refused to shed light on the circumstances of the case. Only three days before the scheduled date of execution tells his version of the incident reporter - hunter sensation. The reporter understands that in her hands the life of man, and in spite of the threat to its security, trying to understand and prevent the inevitable. With PsiMovie.Com you can download The Life of David Gale in HD free full Movie.
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Political statement of the British maestro Alan Parker on the subject of the death penalty. Journalist Bitsy Bloom (Kate Winslet) is sent to the prison to take a series of interviews at the death row inmates. David Gale (Kevin Spacey) - a former philosophy professor and activist against the death penalty, was himself sentenced to capital punishment: the court found him guilty of the murder of a friend and fellow member of Constance (Laura Linney). After hearing the story of Gale, a journalist realizes that he did not commit the murder, and that his death sentence - not just a cruel irony of fate ... Currently, the latest film by Alan Parker was cool met by film critics. Despite the brilliant play of actors, many considered political action director unconvincing. It seems it's not so much in the predictability of the plot, but in the absurdity of the underlying film history. Touching is definitely a very serious political issue, directed by some clumsy sticks out the seriousness of this. In his desire to declare the inadmissibility of the death penalty, he "goes ahead", bringing the situation to the point of absurdity. Nevertheless, the film is masterfully filmed and some time keeps the audience in suspense.