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Inspired by the story that gripped the nation, Lifetime premieres the ripped-from-the-headline movie, "NEW YORK PRISON BREAK: The Seduction of Joyce Mitchell." The movie tells the story of a prison staffer who helped two convicts escape, leading to a fatal manhunt. Joyce is played by Golden Globe and SAG nominee, Penelope Ann Miller ("American Crime").
I've watched some pretty awful movies on Lifetime, and although this was based on a true story, I could not even watch the entire movie. I know Miss Miller studied Joyce in order to portray her to the best of her ability and for accuracy, but Joyce is THE most pathetic woman I've ever seen and her weakness was so annoying that I skipped out on the last 40 minutes. We all know the ending, so no need wasting valuable time on such drivel.
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