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Paradise Lost 2: Revelations revisits the 1994 Arkansas murder of three 8-year-old boys and the three teenagers convicted of the crime. A follow up to Paradise Lost, Revelations features new interviews with the convicted men, as well as with the original judge and police investigators. While focusing on advocates who believe the young men are innocent Revelations also includes footage of the stepfather of one of the victims, who some suspect might be involved in the crime.
A disturbing and moving documentary, Revelations is investigative journalism and advocacy at its best. This case, as with the OJ Simpson and Jon Benet Ramsy murder trials, for better or worse, will remain in the spotlight for years to come as an example of America's judicial system gone astray.
DVD Features: Filmmaker Filmographies; Exclusive Photo Gallery; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection
- Photo Gallery, including behind the scenes photos not seen in film
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He just seems too crazy if that makes any sense. Lol. I also really didn’t like the WM3 support people. They all seemed pretty pretentious and self-inflated. There was an air about them that kind of rubbed me the wrong way. There were several scenes in which these people would dismiss the emotional reaction the community had (which was valid, these murders were shocking and vicious) and they seemed to be talking down to them a lot of the times. I agree that a JURY should not base their opinions on their emotions but I didn't like how the blonde chick and the guy in glasses were always reducing the reactions of the community to "hysteria" when I do believe hysteria was a reasonable reaction to a brutal slaughtering of three innocent little kids. So yeah, fight for the cause, but be respectful.
There’s a sequence where two of them talk about how common and normal it is for people to wear black in Los Angeles compared to West Memphis. Well, duh.
I didn’t like this installment but I’m interested in the story so I’ll watch the third one, too.
In case you're unaware, these documentaries are about the injustices 3 teenagers receive at the hands of our criminal court system. Sounds like Making a Murderer? Correct, only this one is even more of an eye opener, this one will REALLY piss you off.