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INNOCENCE SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Conviction (2010) is about how guilty the innocence can seem and the Innocence Project that can often backtrack evidence to prove someones innocence! My Name Is Khan (2010) about false accusations of terrorism. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (2009) has a great screenplay about an accused innocent person. The Da Vinci Code Deception: Solving the 2000 Year Old Mystery (2005) is about IS ABOUT A POSSIBLE CONSPIRACY TO PROTECT AN INACCURATE TRANSLATION OF THE CHRISTIAN OR CATHOLIC BIBLE! National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007) and the franchise is about discovering discovering historical inaccuracies, including the conspiracy to assassinate President Lincoln. $100 a Day is about a wrongful convictin. Bold crime and frameups tend to be the mainstay of conspiracies and frameups and usually often involve public corruption. Bold crime (explosions, destruction of public property and symbols) tend to indicate great power and protection of the wrongdoer; whereas frameups tend to be too obvious (too many clues tend to exist, they are sloppy, and there tends to be a sense of overkill) against the powerless. The movies Conspiracy Theory, Brubaker, and The Game are about conspiracies and frame-ups often suggesting that the persons framed have almost NO CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE AND/OR ARE PURE VICTIMS, but this is a common theme in many movies. In these movies we see advanced tactics of very competent persons involved in both the conspiracy and frame-up. Innocence aka Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (2004/II) Innocence (2000), The Innocent (1993), Innocent Blood (1992), An Innocent Man (1989); La corsa dell'innocente (1993); Innocent Beginnings (1996) (V), Innocent Lies (1995), Innocent (2005), Innocent Voices (Voces Inocentes) (2005), Confessions of an Innocent Man (2007); and Innocent Lies (1995) are about innocence. Some movies about the completely innocent being hurt, or those whose motives for questionable conduct is actually ethical, or those assumed to be guilty be later believed to be innocent are: To Kill a Mockingbird (1962); After Innocence (2005); Enduring Love (2004), Finding Neverland (2004), Dogville (2003), Domino (2005), Romeo Must Die (2000); Firecracker (2005), House of Flying Daggers aka Shi mian mai Fu (2004), Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993) The Age of Innocence (1993); I'm Not Scared (2003), Kingdom of Heaven (2005), Head in the Clouds (2004); Inside Deep Throat (2005), Where the Truth Lies (2005); The Upside of Anger (2005); Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005); Taken (2008), P2 (2007) (about how to get out of a locked building with a security guard stalker), Mystic River, Ciderhouse Rules, Dungeon Girl (2008), Cellular (2004), Inside Deep Throat, Ransom (1996), Patty Hearst, Talk to Her, Hostage, I'm not Scared; Human Trafficking (2005) (TV), Nine Lives (2005), The Contender, Cherish with Robin Tunney; Sleeping with the Enemy (1991), Enough, Boxing Helena, Demonlover, The Accused (1988), 8mm (1999), Captivity (2007), Monster, Mysterious Skin, Rape Victims (1975), A Clockwork Orange (1971), The General's Daughter with John Travolta; and Madeleine Stowe in Closet Land; Actress Lindsay Lohan covers problems with unconsenual behavior: I Know Who Killed Me (2007) & Georgia Rule (2007). Disclosure (1994) and Fatal Attraction (1987) with Michael Douglas shows that males, too, can get unwelcome attention! Problems with surveillance and lack of trust is a theme in One Hour Photo, Cache (2005), Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989), The Conversation (1974), Videodrome (1983), Sliver (1993), Eye of the Beholder (1999), and Blow-up. DOCUMETARIES ARE: Sex Slaves (2005), Borne into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids. Innocence can be complex, not obvious, partly because the innocent tend to get nervous and forgetful. They are often not used to defending themselves. They may not want the truth exposed if they feel even partly guilty.