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As Deadline announced last week, Texas Monthly is continuing its expansion into film with the magazine’s first-ever feature documentary—made in partnership with acclaimed filmmaker Deborah Esquenazi. The film is supported by Texas Monthly editor Michael Hall’s reporting. This marks the fifth project to be made public from Texas Monthly‘s recent film and television efforts, following the hit Max series Love & Death, the Max three-part docuseries How to Create a Sex Scandal, the upcoming action-comedy flick Hitman—written by Texans Richard Linklater and Glen Powell, and the upcoming Taylor Sheridan series Land Man. The documentary follows the story of James Reyos—the Apache man who was convicted of murder in Odessa back in 1983. He had an airtight alibi at the time, and for the last forty…
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