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“I must give myself permission not to like myself. It's ok. Plenty of other people don't like me either. And I have much higher standards.”
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Description: One brother in handcuffs. One in the ground. And the third, a prisoner of his own mind. Sometimes mercy lurks in the darkest places. After a failed suicide attempt, Mortimer Rivera lands himself in a psychiatric hospital. His brothers, Rafael and Leonardo, sneak out to a party in the wake of this family tragedy. Driving home drunk, they crash the car. One is killed instantly, while the other is placed on trial for manslaughter. Who do you blame for your brother's death when the murderer is also your brother? Should you punish your brother's murderer, no matter who he is, or should you defend your brother, no matter what he's done? And would doing either mean choosing one brother over the other?
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