Justice • 13m
Students from Washington State University visit the prison at Coyote Ridge in order to participate in a debate about gun control. The rest of the participants are the debate club members from the prison – a group of inmates that have been transformed and inspired by their new contact with education; prisoners that cling to it as their last chance for redemption.
Directors: Gonzalo Escuder & Nacho Gomez
2013 | 14 min
USA | Spain
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