Documentary on San Quentin inmates who trained for a marathon premieres

Documentary on San Quentin inmates who trained for a marathon premieres

PREVIOUSLY WITHHELD. AND TONIGHT, DOZENS CAME OUT TO THE PREMIERE OF A NEW DOCUMENTARY AT SACRAMENTO’S CREST THEATER, 26.2 TO LIFE TELLS THE STORY OF INMATES AT SAN QUENTIN TRAINING FOR A MARATHON AS PART OF THE PRISON’S LONG DISTANCE RUNNING CLUB. NOW, THE FILM TAKES US INSIDE THEIR UNIQUE TRAINING. IT ALSO GIVES US AN UNPRECEDENTED LOOK INSIDE CALIFORNIA’S OLDEST PRISON. TONIGHT’S SCREENING WAS SOLD OUT, AND WE THOUGHT IT SOUNDED INTERESTING. AND WE’RE VERY INTERESTED IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND PARTICULARLY THE PRISON SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES AND HERE. SO THE THINGS THAT WE READ ABOUT, IT SOUNDED LIKE SOMETHING WE WANTED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT. THIS IS A STORY OF HOPE, THAT THIS IS A STORY OF SECOND CHANCES AND THAT WITH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, WE REALLY HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE THE SYSTEM. EVEN SOMETHING SO ENTRENCHED AS THE PRISON SYSTEM. SHE SAID THAT THERE PRO

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Documentary on San Quentin inmates who trained for a marathon premieres

Dozens came out on Monday to the sold-out premiere of a new documentary at Sacramento’s Crest Theatre called “26.2. To Life”The film tells the story of inmates at San Quentin who trained for a marathon as part of the prison’s long-distance running club. A 48-hour virtual premiere is planned for next month. See more in the video above.

Dozens came out on Monday to the sold-out premiere of a new documentary at Sacramento’s Crest Theatre called “26.2. To Life”

The film tells the story of inmates at San Quentin who trained for a marathon as part of the prison’s long-distance running club.

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A 48-hour virtual premiere is planned for next month.

See more in the video above.

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