Unforgiven: The Boys Who Killed a Child
Unforgiven: The Boys Who Killed a Child is a powerful and moving documentary about the tragic death of a five-year-old boy, who was killed by four teenage boys in Philadelphia in 1982. The film follows the lives of these boys, as well as the victim's family, from the time of the crime through to their eventual release from prison. It examines how their lives were affected by the crime and how they moved on from it, as well as exploring the consequences that the act had on their families and the community. This powerful film is both heartbreaking and inspiring and brings into focus the tragedy of youth violence.
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