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Paradise Lost 3 Purgatory 2012 NR CC

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A further followup of the case of the West Memphis Three and the decades long fight to exonerate them that finally gained traction with new DNA evidence.

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Gary Gitchell, Todd Moore
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2 hours, 1 minute

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Genres Documentary
Director Joe Berlinger, Bruce Sinofsky
Starring Gary Gitchell, Todd Moore
Supporting actors Dana Moore, Pam Hobbs, Terry Hobbs, Melissa Byers, John Mark Byers, Damien Wayne Echols, Jason Baldwin, Jessie Misskelley, John Philipsborn, Don Horgan, John N. Fogleman, Mike Allen, Domini Teer, Larry Roberts, Joni Dwyer, Jerry Driver, Diana Davis, Tony Brooks
Studio Cinedigm
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Victoria J. Dennison on July 4, 2015
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All three films were excellent documentaries about social injustice in America. The films centered on three teenage boys who were convicted of murder and their struggle to prove their innocence. So, actually it was about two sets of victims. The murdered children and their families,and the teenage boys erroneously convicted and their families.

It was also a story about a witch hunt based on religion that created a mind set of "the devil's work" vs. "the fear of God" which the whole community seemed to be really concerned about. I realize that us urban folk really don't think about what it must be like to be raised in a closed community where absolute conformity is a must and where "Heaven and Hell is taken literally instead of just being a song by Black Sabbath. Yes, those communities are out there. People who never traveled more than 50 miles from home, never flew in an airplane, or even seen an elephant in a zoo.

The crime took place in one of those communities, and involved teenage boys who were not of the norm and liked heavy metal. The murder victim's were boys around eight years of age who were hog tied, unmercifully tortured, murdered and dumped. It is really a terrible thing that the psycho who killed those children has never been found. The crime he committed was horrendous. Guess the witch hunt didn't include their own flock.
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This documentary is an excellent final chapter to a in depth look at the fear and prejudices that corrupt our judicial system. The tragic loss of the 3 eight-year-old boys was almost unendurable, but was compounded by the loss of three teenagers lives to political and personal agendas. Jason Baldwin's monologue at the end of this film summarizes the entire situation beautifully. The fact that he still has hope in compassion and truth after all he has been through is a testament to his and others human spirit that is able to endure the hardest challenges. My heart breaks for every single person involved in this heinous crime, including the people that made bad decisions and contributed to others loss. I'm sure that they question their choices and regret their decisions or will in the afterlife.
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The film shows what it took to get these three men out of jail and it was still not a full exoneration. One takeaway you will get from this documentary - don't ever set foot in West Memphis, Arkansas if you do not live there. If you do, you risk breathing wrong, then being labeled a satanist for not breathing the right way, and then getting convicted for a crime you didn't commit. Might as well stay out of the state altogether, really. The state didn't want to admit there was any wrongdoing with this case. So instead of taking the high road and admitting they were mistaken, they took a path of vengeance. Shame on the elected officials of the law in the state of Arkansas for holding their self-righteous noses in the air and not letting obviously innocent men go completely free. Makes me sick.
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This is a continuation of a long & complicated documentary concerning the murder of 3 boys. Most interesting is just how these 3 documentaries portray how utterly corrupt the American justice system is.
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Binge watched all 3 of the Paradise Lost movies with my girlfriend last weekend. Thankfully I had never heard of the case and didn't research anything before finishing all the movies. Great little series of movies.
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Fascinating documentary. But watch Parts 1 & 2 first. The evolution of the case from Part 1 through Part 3 is amazing. Also watch West of Memphis for info (mainly forensic) not contained in Paradise Lost series. These are also case studies of mass hysteria and a corrupt police/legal system.
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The great thing about these crime shows is it never ends how you think it will. I got roped in on the first one of the series and the crazy cast of individuals involved in this case will keep you guess as to who is guilty. The sad part is this is real and there is constant doubt as to who committed such a horrific crime against these little boys.
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This is a fascinating case and it is amazing that the film maker captured this story from the beginning. This was a modern day witch hunt complete with an outrageous cast of characters. Some were so over the top it was hard to believe this was real but the sad truth is this was real. Very very real. This documentary is graphic and disturbing, not a good choice for the faint of heart. I am thankful for the film makers who documented and recorded this horrifying story, it is a good lesson in how society can ban together to do horrible and unbelievable atrocities and how society can ban together to right a wrong no matter the effort or time required. It is a film of horrible crimes against 6 boys and a film that restores and confirms my faith in humanity.
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