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[via press release from Amazon]
Four-part documentary, "Pistorius," will launch exclusively on Prime Video on September 6
The new Prime Exclusive, Pistorius, will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in the US and more than 200 countries around the world on September 6.
Pistorius is a four-part feature documentary about the South African Paralympic and Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius, who shot and killed his girlfriend in the early hours of Valentine's Day 2013.
Directed by Vaughan Sivell and made over three years, with exclusive access to key players in a live trial, the film explores the tragedy of Reeva Steenkamp's death alongside, and in the context of, South Africa's society. The story of a man and a nation both born to great disadvantage, it follows the challenges, hopes and triumphs of both and the demise of their dreams under the glare of the world media.
Pistorius and other Prime Exclusives and Originals are available for Prime and Prime Video members to stream or download and enjoy anytime, anywhere at no additional cost to Prime or Prime Video membership in more than 200 countries and territories. Members can watch via the Prime Video app on Fire TV stick, compatible Android and iOS phones and tablets, popular LG and Samsung Smart TVs, Android TV by Sony, Sony PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One, Apple TV 3 or 4, or online at PrimeVideo.com.
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