Location: Redstone Theater
With director Rudy Valdez in person
Dir. Rudy Valdez. United States. 2018, 85 mins. DCP. A lyrical, intimate story documented over ten years, The Sentence explores the devastating consequences of mass incarceration and mandatory minimum drug sentencing. Filmmaker Rudy Valdez tells the story of his older sister, Cindy Shank, a mother of three young children serving a fifteen-year sentence in federal prison for her tangential involvement in a Michigan drug ring years before. The Sentence follows Cindy’s struggles to be present in her children’s lives from behind bars and her daughters’ experiences growing up without their mother at home, while her husband, parents, and siblings fight for her release before the last months of the Obama administration’s Clemency Project.
Winner Best U.S. Latino Film 2018, Cinema Tropical Awards
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