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As you watch the rest of Gabriel London's compelling film unfold, your opinion about the sanity of its titular subject may change, more than once.
...a curious, infuriating, and haunting tale, and an accomplishment of documentary filmmaking.
You want to shake everyone involved and ask them what the purpose of incarceration really is in today's society.
Producer-director Gabriel London's fascinating film tracks the astounding journey of "one of the country's most notorious prisoners," Mark DeFriest.
The indomitable personality and talents of the serial prison escapee Mark DeFriest outshine the weaknesses of this documentary that bears his name.
It's a bizarre story not entirely clear in the telling -- partly because we can't be entirely sure when the subject is telling the truth -- but absorbing nonetheless.
A vivid spotlight is shone on one particularly bizarre and compelling lifer of a jailbird.
...what hinders The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest from rising to the level of its captivating source material is Gabriel London's direction.
...sardonic but deeply sympathetic
A chilling, timely, often darkly and unexpectedly humorous look at one man's brutal experiences in the American prison system, the documentary The Mind of Mark DeFriest is the adage "truth is stranger than fiction" writ large.
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