David & Me (2014)

  |  Documentary, Crime


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When troubled teen Ray Klonsky began writing letters to prison inmate David McCallum, both of their lives changed forever. Hundreds of letters later, Ray graduated from university determined to set his wrongly convicted friend free.


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19 March 2015 | madtha-nisha
8
| A good watch
I watched this documentary at hot docs in Toronto, David McCullum was sitting among the audience and he was watching it for the first time in his life. The whole theatre was moved into tears as David walked up the stage for a QandA. It took the directors 8 years to make this film and it is definitely a commendable feat for their first documentary.

This film can be showcased in schools and universities to motivate students to take their lives seriously as wrong choices can have very very bad repercussions. This film also portrays the undying human spirit and the constant belief in 'hope', it was the positive attitude that kept David from succumbing to pressure in prison for an alternate life.

Worth a watch!

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Documentary | Crime

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Release Date:

27 April 2014

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, USA

Filming Locations

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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