Filmmakers Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco discuss the making of Give Up Tomorrow, challenges they faced with filming a subject on death row and the ethics involved in telling a story that affects one's extended family.
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A riveting exposé of corruption and injustice in the Philippines, chronicling a sensational murder case that ends a nation's use of capital punishment — but fails to free an innocent man.
In this deleted scene from Give Up Tomorrow, Judge Ocampo, the judge who presided over the Chiong case, is found dead in a hotel a few years after the trial.
A man is wrongfully arrested for a crime which occurred 350 miles away from where he was at the time it occurred.
Premieres October 4, 2012 on PBS. Check local listings.
An innocent man becomes entangled in a case that ends a nation’s use of capital punishment
Filmmakers Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco talk with the audience after the premiere of Give Up Tomorrow in the Philippines.
In this deleted scene from Give Up Tomorrow, authorities show up unannounced at the Larrañaga farm to search for evidence that can be used in the Chiong case.
In this clip from Give Up Tomorrow, Rusia becomes a controversial state witness for the Chiong case.
A verdict is finally reached in the controversial "Chiong Seven" case, which since has exposed much corruption in the justice system of the Philippines.
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