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SPC Buys West Memphis 3 Doc

Just a note, for those keeping score… the deal was done BEFORE Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory didn’t win the Oscar on Sunday.

This film is looking for a theatrical audience and an ongoing conversation about the seemingly unfair deal that finally got the three out of jail. Sony Classics will give the film that chance… and then, in time, it will end up on Starz. I wonder where it will stream at that point…

One Response to “SPC Buys West Memphis 3 Doc”

  1. hcat says:

    …to crickets and tumbleweeds on Starzplay. Where all of the Starz content has been available for years but they had to go to Netflix to monetize it.

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