Approved | | Biography, Crime, Drama
Two weeks were spent shooting the execution sequence.
I want a mask. I don't wanna' look at people. I don't wanna' see them staring at me.
San Quentin Matron: I have one. My sleep mask.
When Barbara wakes up screaming from a nightmare, a prison matron comes in shining a flashlight on her. In close-up, the light has a Fresnel-type lens, but in the next long shot, the flashlight has a clear lens.
The movie closes with another disclaimer, before credits: "You have just seen a factual story. It is based on articles I wrote, other newspaper and magazine articles, court records, legal and private correspondence, investigative reports, personal interviews - and the letter of Barbara Graham." Edgar S. Montgomery - Pulitzer Prize winner. San Francisco Examiner
Dive deep into everything Golden Globes, streaming, Star Wars, and more.