A justice drama based on a true story about a man on death row who in his last days forms a strong relationship with a nun who teaches him forgiveness and gives him spirituality as she accompanies him to his execution. Susan Sarandon won an Oscar for best female actress for her convincing partial of Sister Helen Prejean.
Released on the 1995-12-29
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1990s, Amnesty, Antisocial, Bible, Burial, Catholic Church, Charity, Clemency Plea, Confession, Court, Court Case, Death Penalty, Death Row, Death Sentence, Despair, Doomed Man, Elektric Chair, Execution, Fear, Forgiveness, Guilt, Killer, Lawyer, Lethal Injection, Murder, New Orleans, Nun, Penalty, Philanthropy and Compassion, Poverty, Prison, Prison, Prison Cell, Rage and Hate, Rape, Right and Justice, Self-Discovery, Sentence, Socially Deprived Family, Therapist, United States of America
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