The Life of David Gale
The Life of David Gale is a 2003 drama film directed by Alan Parker (in his final film as a director before his death in 2020) and written by Charles Randolph. The film is an international co-production, between the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom.
David Gale is a professor on death row in Texas. With only a few days until his execution, his lawyer negotiates a half-million dollar fee to tell his story to Bitsey Bloom, a journalist from a major news magazine. She has a reputation of keeping secrets and protecting her sources. He tells her how he ended up on death row, revealed through a series of lengthy flashbacks.
|genre||crime drama thriller|
|keywords||act arrest crime scene death penalty death row expel force frame governor of texas graduate student graduation party huntsville unit innocent man leukemia lose murder nicolae ceauşescu plastic bag professor rape rape accusation rape and murder record securitate spain suffer suicide torture|
|producer||Nicolas Cage Nigel Sinclair|
|productionCompany||Alan Parker Intermedia Films Saturn Films|