Rectify - Season 1 DVD

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After spending nineteen years on Death Row for the rape and murder of his teenage girlfriend, only to be released due to new DNA evidence, the uncertainty surrounding Daniel's conviction continues to overshadow everyone's future. His new confession finds Daniel banished from the state of Georgia and on probation, wrestling with the push and pull of an unfamiliar world as he struggles to discover the person he wants to be outside of prison. The home he left behind is fractured. Once, the family collectively obsessed over Daniel now they're splintered, all headed in... new directions. Fractured but not completely destroyed, can they ever truly break free from the past and move forward with their lives? [show more]

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Released
12 October 2015
Directors
 
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
ITV Studios Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
261 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5037115358837 
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All six episodes from the first series of the American TV drama starring Aden Young and Abigail Spencer. After serving 19 years on Georgia's death row for the rape and murder of his 16-year-old girlfriend, Daniel Holden (Young) is finally released after new DNA evidence is used to question his conviction. But with state prosecutors still pursuing him, Daniel struggles to adjust to the changed world he's been released into. As he tries to piece his life back together with the help of his family, Daniel is still haunted by events from his past and his time in prison. The episodes are: 'Always There', 'Sexual Peeling', 'Modern Times', 'Plato's Cave', 'Drip, Drip' and 'Jacob's Ladder'.