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Rated NR · 85 minutes · 1995

Robert Harris was convicted of a brutal double murder in 1978, and his sentence of death was finally carried out in San Quentin's gas chamber in 1992. In this documentary, the witnesses to Harris' execution speak about the experience. Among them are Harris' brother, the mother of one of his teenage victims, a reporter, a psychiatrist and the prison warden. Of the 11 individuals profiled here, each wrestles with the difficult mixture of feelings provoked by viewing the execution.
Director: Jaap van Hoewijk and Rikkert Boonstra

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