Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns (Prohibition) teams with his daughter Sarah and her husband David McMahon to examine the facts in the case of five minority teens from Harlem who in 1989 were accused of committing a heinous rape in Central Park, and the failure of the authorities and the media to ensure that justice was served. Hastily tried and convicted as racial tensions in New York City spiked, the innocent teens all served time in prison before a serial rapist shocked authorities by admitting sole responsibility for the brutal sexual assault.
Disc #1 -- The Central Park Five 1. A Proxy War [3:39] 2. The Neighborhood [8:56] 3. The Night In The Park [6:10] 4. The Investigation [4:37] 5. Antron, Kevin And Raymond Confess [12:30] 6. Korey And Yusef Are Interrogated [4:33] 7. Video Statements [8:18] 8. The Story Breaks [14:19] 9. The Case Against The Five [7:33] 10. The First Trial [6:16] 11. The Second Trial [7:35] 12. Prison [4:09] 13. Home [4:52] 14. The Convictions Are Vacated [4:09] 15. A Mirror On Our Society [10:57] 16. End Credits [6:31] 17. Chapter 17 [3:34]
Disc #1 -- The Central Park Five Play Film Scene Selection Special Features Interviews With The Filmmakers Play All Making The Film A New York Wilding The Family Business Subpoena Additional Feature After The Central Park Five: Four Of The Central Park Five Discuss The Film and Their Lives Today Setup Play With English Subtitles English Subtitles: On English Subtitles: Off Play With Spanish Subtitles Spanish Subtitles: On Spanish Subtitles: Off PBS.org
Celebrated tenor vocalist and classical-pop crossover Andrea Bocelli toplines this live concert from 2011. Mounted
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