Love story ‘Time’ takes incarceration fight to the Oscars

An undated handout photo shows lead character from the documentary "Time", Fox Rich. Courtesy of Amazon Studios/Handout via REUTERS

Garrett Bradley’s award-winning documentary “Time” may be about incarceration, but, according to the director, it’s really a love story.

The Oscar-nominated film follows Fox Rich over several decades as she fights for her jailed husband Rob, serving a 60-year sentence for a bank robbery the couple carried out in the 1990s, to be released from prison in Louisiana.

“I went into the project with the intention of … extending the conversation around incarceration from a woman’s point of view, from a family’s point of view,” Bradley told Reuters in an interview from California.

“I would say that ‘Time’ is first and foremost a love story that’s rooted in Fox Rich, the family matriarch who dedicates… 21 years of her life and her family’s life to re-uniting her family.”

Following a previous film on the same theme, Bradley began filming “Time” with Rich and her sons in 2017 with the aim of releasing a 13-minute short.

On the last day, Rich, who served a three-and-a-half-year sentence for the robbery, gave her more than 100 hours of her own footage to use.

An undated handout photo shows lead character from the documentary “Time”, Fox Rich. Courtesy of Amazon Studios/Handout via REUTERS

The result is old video diaries woven in with recent material, in which Rich is seen caring for her family over the years without her husband around.

“I like to think that there isn’t anything in the film that doesn’t speak to love and to unity and self-definition,” Bradley said.

“If there is anything that people take away from the film … I would ask that it be forgiveness, because I think that forgiveness is something that everybody can relate to.”

Bradley said she believed there was nothing to be gained from having people behind bars their entire life, and hoped her film shone a light on the issue.

The film has won several awards including best director for Bradley in the U.S. documentary category at the Sundance Film Festival last year. It is in the running for an Oscar for best documentary feature.

Source:-https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/love-story-time-takes-incarceration-fight-oscars-2021-04-15/

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