In February of 2003, director Alan Parker with Dirty Hands Productions released The Life of David Gale, written by former philosophy professor Charles Randolph. The script was originally made to star co-producer Nicolas Cage before prior commitments. The Life of David Gale stars Kevin Spacey as Dr. David Gale, Laura Linney as a fellow anti-death penalty activist,
Constance Harraway, and Kate Winslet as the popular journalist from a major news magazine, Bitsey Bloom ("The Life of David Gale" All Movie Guide). I viewed this film in its entirety in DVD format on my notebook computer at work during the a.m. hours in March of 2005.
This fictional drama-thriller suggests the faults in the capital punishment policy. The film challenges to manner a murder mystery with deep idealistic thoughts on capital... [continues]
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