|A film by: Mitchell
Concepts, Incorporated presents
a Mitchell S. Kasprzyk Production,
a Mitchell S. Kasprzyk Film
Starring Craig R. Williams, Patrick O'Gorman, John Alessi, Robert
Keck, Elbrey Harrell, Jeff Micek, Phil Mitchell, and Kevin Ryder
Edited by Mitchell S. Kasprzyk, Film Crew: Chris Pingre, Ed
Vanderlinde, Man-Sung Son, and Art Misiewicz, Production Assistant
Elisa Alfonso Sound Location Mixer Bob Blinn, Director of Photography
Mitchell S Kaprzyk, OriginalScreenplay by Mitchell S. Kasprzyk,
Production Design Mitchell S. Kasprzyk, Produced by Mitchell
S Kasprzyk, Directed by Mitchell S. Kasprzyk
Concepts, Incorporated Release Copyright 1983 by
Mitchell S. Kasprzyk All Right Reserved
/ Filmmaker Comment
In 1983 when "The Sentence"
was released, no other film showed a person being executed in an electric
chair. All Hollywood films dealing with capital punishment executions
by electric chair, would cut at the decisive moment to a shot of a bulb
dimming, a voltage meter regulator or the shadow of a chair restrained
"The Sentence" was
the first film to show a reenactment of the electrified convulsive body.
Because of the controversial subject matter, no television network or
theater venue would play this film for fear of protest or the chance
of being fired from their job. Yet, I was invited to show the film at
colleges and high schools. Recent years have shown the effects of execution
by electric chair in many films and television shows.
S. Kasprzyk, Filmmaker
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