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Nearly 50 years ago, a mass murder was committed in the small Florida town of Arcadia.
The victims were all children in the same family of African-American citrus pickers.
Their father James Richardson was convicted of the crime and sentenced to death.
More than 20 years and a series of unprecedented miracles followed in order to set him free.
Now, in the present day, James Richardson travels back to Florida in the hopes of receiving a glimmer of justice from a State which took his life away.
This is a story that has unfolded countless times in different ways in small towns across America.
This film represents a multi-generational effort to diagram this story from beginning to end, in the hopes that we can one day learn how to prevent it from ever happening again.