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When Bill Babbitt realizes his brother Manny has committed a crime he agonizes over his decision to call the police.
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A black and white and color animated short documentary film about racism, the US Criminal Justice System, and mental health issues is called Last Day of Freedom. The International Documentary Association Best Short Documentary Award was given to the documentary at the 31st Annual IDA Documentary Awards. Last Day of Freedom was nominated in the Documentary Short Subject category for the 88th Academy Awards, and was one of ten films that were nominated. The film won an award for News and Program Specialty -Documentary-Topical at the 45th Annual Northern California Area Emmy® Awards. The film was nominated for an award.
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