The forgiven [videorecording] /

by Joffé, Roland [producer,]; Whitaker, Forest [actor.]; Bana, Eric [actor.]; Gum, Jeff [actor.]; Ashton, Michael (Author).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Santa Monica, California : Lionsgate, [2018]Description: 1 videodisc (120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Language note: In English with optional Spanish subtitles.Closed-captioned.Uniform titles: Forgiven (Motion picture : 2017).Subject(s): Tutu, Desmond -- Drama | Murder -- Investigation -- Drama | Prisons -- Drama | Murderers -- Drama | Clemency -- Drama | Racism -- South Africa -- Drama | Ashton, Michael (Author) -- Film adaptations | Thrillers (Motion pictures) | Film adaptations | Feature films | Fiction films | Video recordings for the hearing impairedCast: Forest Whitaker, Eric Bana, Jeff Gum, Morné Visser, Thandi Makhubele.Summary: While assisting in the investigation of a teenage girl's murder, Archbishop Desmond Tutu travels to a maximum-security prison to question a notorious murderer who may have witnessed the crime.Other editions: Reproduction of (manifestation):: Forgiven
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When Archbishop Desmond Tutu is appointed to head a nationwide investigation, he's summoned to a maximum-security prison by a notorious murderer seeking clemency. Inside the brutal prison's walls, Tutu is drawn into a dangerous, life-changing battle with the cunning criminal.

Originally released as a motion picture in 2017.

In English with optional Spanish subtitles.

Closed-captioned.

Forest Whitaker, Eric Bana, Jeff Gum, Morné Visser, Thandi Makhubele.

Based on the play "The archbishop and the Antichrist" by Michael Ashton.

Dolby digital 5.1, wide screen 1.85:1.

While assisting in the investigation of a teenage girl's murder, Archbishop Desmond Tutu travels to a maximum-security prison to question a notorious murderer who may have witnessed the crime.

For private home use only.

MPAA rating: R.

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