TIME – Official Trailer | Prime Video

Fox Rich is a fighter. The entrepreneur, abolitionist and mother of six boys has spent the last two decades campaigning for the release of her husband, Rob G. Rich, who is serving a 60-year sentence for a robbery they both committed in the early 90s in a moment of desperation. Combining the video diaries Fox has recorded for Rob over the years with intimate glimpses of her present-day life, director Garrett Bradley paints a mesmerizing portrait of the resilience and radical love necessary to prevail over the endless separations of the country’s prison-industrial complex. TIME is coming to theaters October 9, and to Prime Video October 16th.

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39 replies
  1. hppxx
    hppxx says:

    in what world is a robbery where no one was murdered deserves a 60 years sentence ?????? So many rapists, murderers and p*dophiles don't even get 10% of that sentence! America is a sh*thole

  2. Matthew Mertens
    Matthew Mertens says:

    I wanted to like this because it sheds a light on extremely important social issues, but I found it borderline unwatchable because of how it tried way too hard to feel cinematic instead of just being a straightforward documentary. The constant piano music, the unusual camera angles, the choice of black and white photography instead of color, and the unnecessarily long takes were all really distracting to me.

  3. K O
    K O says:

    Remember Betty Broderick? a white woman who shot and killed both her ex husband and his new girlfriend and only got 32 years. She confessed to murder and only got half the time but your correct there is no racism in Amerikkkan INjustice system!

    views says:

    this is low-key making the bank robbers look like the good guys of the system when in fact they put themselves in precarious positions twice. once for committing the crime and second for not taking the plea deal. do some digging on the case and you will see the missing details.

  5. Sam Nicole
    Sam Nicole says:

    Can anyone explain to me the video of them driving in the car & kissing? Her kids look
    To be about 8 but I know that he doesn’t get out til they’re much older. Confused?

  6. The Jil Tirades
    The Jil Tirades says:

    This documentary was well put together. It kinda played with my mind, seeing Sible young, and then aged. It was a reminder of how much time had passed and what all Richard had missed. That was heavy. Even worse, the system is still the same, Unfair and bias. The director did a great job!

  7. Real Mr Poopybutthole
    Real Mr Poopybutthole says:

    Totally disingenuous documentary. There is absolutely no self reflection on part of this woman, who knowingly participated in a robbery, whilst having children. Albeit I respect the way she managed to raise her children, and probably prevented them from making the same mistakes, I don't think she is a hero. A hero isn't afraid to admit she was wrong. She blames everything on the system, but mind you, she robbed a bank! Shots were fired! Her husband should have taken the plea deal.

    And then there was this grandmother who compared the situation to slavery, though she admitted that they did the crime, and that the husband rejected a plea deal.

    Absolutely despicable behaviour on part of the mother! It's not the system, it was your own irresponsible behaviour!

  8. ray french
    ray french says:

    wow. i went to school, grew up in the same hood, and attended the same church as SYBIL. i have to say that i am just so elated at the way GOD turned things around for her family. i think this documentary is fantastic! and apparently several others did also because it was nominated for an academy award. i was also pleased to see her mother, Mrs. Peggy. wow. it has been years. i am so thrilled for you all. GOD is good. and big ups to SYBIL and her husband for remodeling Mrs. Peggy's house. what a tremendous blessing.


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