15 To Life Kenneth's Story Analysis

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15 to life: Kenneth’s Story

Introduction
The movie that was considered in this paper is “15 to life: Kenneth’s Story”. This story depicts about the person seeking for the life in prison due to his crime activities in childhood. The person is sentenced to death in prison without paroles. After the certain period, the person seeks for the release or resentencing for being a rehabilitated person in prison. The Director of this movie is Nadine Pequeneza. In addition to the direction of the movie, Nadine Pequeneza also produced the movie as a Producer. (15 to Life: Kenneth's Story, 2015)
The cinematographer of the film is Stefan Randstӧrm who is a Nominee of Best Documentary Cinematography. The editor for the movie
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The story line involves the juvenile named Kenneth Young who was involved in the crime of robbery accompanied by his neighbor. He was imprisoned for years and Kenneth started his life of solitude. He thought that he will be died in prison. Thus the story revolves the concept of depicting the juveniles and their struggles towards the law of the justice for their new life after rehabilitation. However, the life of the person was spent lonely without the family that implies the no meaningful use in the life. The story ’15 to life: Kenneth’s Story’ is based upon the child or juvenile injustice to the imprisonment for their commitment of crimes. The structure of the film is that the crime committed by a person in his childhood or being the juvenile, and about the impact of crime in the remaining part of his life in the prison and whether his life is changed after the imprisonment. The main thesis of the film is developed on taking consideration of the rules and laws of the U.S and their justice towards the juveniles. The Kenneth Young after imprisonment trying to set free from prison since he is rehabilitated. The children committed to crime only with the behavior and the knowledge what they develop. They are not to be imprisoned or sentenced to death rather they must be treated mentally. The single mistake committed in the childhood should not reflect back to entire…show more content…
The story strongly implies that the imprisonment is punishment of the crime not a tool of killing the juveniles. The story ‘15 to life: Kenneth’s Story’ is based upon the child or juvenile injustice to the imprisonment for their commitment of crimes. The main thesis of the film is developed on taking consideration of the rules and laws of the U.S and their justice towards the juveniles. The children committed to crime only with the behavior and the knowledge what they develop. They are wrongly guided or influenced. Everything happens with the situational crisis. They are not to be imprisoned or sentenced to death rather they must be treated mentally or imprisoned for a certain period of years not for the entire life. The single mistake committed in the childhood should not reflect back to entire life. The life of the person is wasted and is of no meaning without the family. This story depicts the law of juveniles and the consequences of the crime of the juvenile. The story concludes that the Laws can be changed for the juveniles on consideration of taking the account of the life of juvenile. This story makes every individual to be aware of the juvenile development and how to bring him or her up in the right path. (15 to Life: Kenneth's Story,
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