Conspiracy Theories: Whoever Says The Truth Shall Die / The Unquiet Death Of Julius And Ether Rosenberg (2-Pack)
Whoever Says The Truth Shall Die
Who killed Pasolini?
Was he framed? Filmmaker Philo Bregstein probes the mysterious circumstances surrounding Pasolini's death. Who really murdered Pasolini? Was there a cover-up or conspiracy?
Pasolini's murder investigation has now been re-opened. In 2005, the convicted killer revealed his confession was coerced by threats against his family.
Whoever Says The Truth Shall Die is an explosive investigation into the murder of Pasolini and a riveting portrait of a great filmmaker, artist, and provocateur. Bernardo Bertolucci and actress Laura Betti are among those who shed light on Pasolini and his tragic death.
The Unquiet Death Of Julius And Ethel Rosenberg
On June 19, 1953, during the height of McCarthyism, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed at Sing Sing Prison.
Produced in 1974, this was the first comprehensive documentary to examine the Rosenbergs' case. Alvin Goldstein produced the documentary when most of the principles were still alive, so the jurors, FBI agents, lawyers, and family members he interviewed were not only primary sources, but they also had something to say.
Though almost sixty years have passed since the Rosenbergs were likely rushed to judgment and then executed during a climate of political hysteria, the event resonates in today's highly charged atmosphere of rabid media coverage and partisan politics.