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Directed by Gregory Bayne

Idaho 2015 82 mins.

In 1985, Kirk Bloodsworth was sentenced to death for the brutal killing of a young girl in Rosedale, Maryland. In 1993, he became the first person exonerated by DNA evidence. Using animation and interviews, Bayne sets this harrowing story against Bloodsworth’s continuing fight to repeal the death penalty in Maryland. “A horrific tale of an innocent man caught in the perfect storm of injustice.”—Indiewire.