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Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin…
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Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills [1996 Documentary… (1996)

by Joe Berlinger (Director), Bruce Sinofsky (Director)

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The landmark documentary that sparked an international movement to 'Free the West Memphis Three', Paradise Lost investigates the gruesome 1993 murder of three eight-year-old boys and the three teenagers accused of killing them as part of a Satanic ritual. These films tear the lid off a notorious murder case and create a portrait of the American justice system that is at turns terrifying, heartbreaking and mesmerizing, ultimately demonstrating the power of cinema to effect social change.… (more)

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