In Prison My Whole Life
Time Out says
He doesn’t get far. Francome is an uninteresting central figure, unconnected to the case or the history of civil rights, to which the pair present a sort of Idiot’s Guide midway through. But Evans keeps him front and centre throughout, whether interviewing luminaries like Angela Davis and Noam Chomsky or activist artists like Mos Def. This subjective approach subsumes the film’s powerful subject, making ‘In Prison My Whole Life’ just another self absorbed agit-prop documentary.