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Until She Talks

USA, 1980 (MIFF 1981)

Director: Mary Lampson

Judith Ashe is in jail She has not been accused of any crime She has not been tried She has refused to testify before a federal grand jury, and she is in jail until she talks The film reveals the legal process that put her there, and the increasing test of her convictions, not only in the grand jury room, but in her relationships with friends family and her lawyer.

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