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on 28 February 2005
Graduating at Harvard and becoming a Professor in Philosophy at a relatively young age, you'd think that David Gale would have his life laid out nicely for him. In fact he only has 4 more days to live, having been sentenced to death for rape and murder. So what went wrong? Is there any truth behind his plea of innocence? Watch the film and follow the clues to the answers, but the puzzle cannot be completed until the very end. The movie is thrilling, horrific and sad at the same time. The cunning plot and excellent production places the film one above the rest. The story is so full of twists, it will get you jumping to all sorts of conclusions, and set your mind racing. But there is no pause for thought, the film moves at a rapid pace, relentlessly playing with the audience's emotions. A must-see for anyone who enjoys mysteries and thrillers.
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