Denise Gentilini | Conviction (Original Soundtrack)

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Conviction (Original Soundtrack)

by Denise Gentilini

The original soundtrack from the independent documentary film, Conviction, which tells the story of three Dominican sisters who live their lives to bring attention to the atrocities of nuclear weapons and war. Convicted of sabotage for their beliefs.
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1. Main Title
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2. Action 1
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3. Finger on the Trigger
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4. Destroy Mother Earth
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5. Just a Farm Girl
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6. Activist Nuns
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7. Extreme Immoral Acts
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8. Action 2
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9. Our Own Blood
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10. Action 3
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11. 30 Categories of Law
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12. Signed Treaties
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13. Sentenced
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14. How I Live My Faith
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15. End Montage
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16. My Conviction
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Album Notes
Denise Gentilini's beautiful score to this film adds to the importance of telling this story.
Three Dominican sisters saw it as their duty, mission, religious calling to break into a missile silo in Colorado, chant, pour their own blood and land in jail for their beliefs. For these women, bringing attention to the atrocities of nuclear weapons was a sacred act; for the U.S. government, it was something much different. The nuns trespassed on federal property and criticized our national defense. The religious right labeled them fanatics; the left called them Joans of Arc; and the justice system convicted them of sabotage and sentenced them each to several years in federal prison.
Orchestrated, arranged and produced by Denise Gentilini.

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