Amazon Studios is gearing up for the release of TIME, a documentary surrounding the life, struggles and triumphs of Fox Rich and Rob G. Rich whose moment of desperation led to a botched bank robbery that landed them both in jail – Fox served 3 and ½ year while Rob was sentenced to 60 years.

If you need a deep movie to screen, I have a perfect film and great news…free! I am providing free tickets to this film to stream from the comfort of you home. If you miss going to movie screenings, this is your opportunity to watch it first before it debuts on Amazon Prime Video Oct.16th.



In 1997, Fox Rich and Rob G. Rich were newly married high school sweethearts trying to start a business in Shreveport, Louisiana, when a moment of desperation led to a botched bank robbery that landed them both in jail. Fox served three and a half years; Rob was sentenced to 60. When Fox emerged, she dedicated her life to getting her husband out of prison and raising their six boys. A model of strength and perseverance, her mantra is, “Family is everything and everything is family.”

Fox has spent the last 21 years filing appeals, making phone calls, giving lectures, and serving as a vocal advocate for other families broken up by incarceration — while also running a business and caring for her children on her own. Through it all, she has documented their family’s life for Rob, creating a home-video archive of all the crucial moments he has missed as a father, footage that also reveals Fox’s remarkable trajectory from a vulnerable young woman to an indomitable matriarch, entrepreneur, and abolitionist.

TIME cross-cuts footage from the past and present, framing it with a lyrical voiceover from Fox and her sons to provide a uniquely intimate perspective into the long-term costs of incarceration: the children who grow up without fathers, and the mothers who are forced to become caregivers and legal experts all at once. It also reveals how families sustain themselves on sheer faith to prevail over the endless separations of the prison-industrial complex — a remnant of the legacy of slavery. The film’s gorgeous black-and-white cinematography and symphonic rhythm lend an epic quality to Fox and Rob’s story — a story not just of strife, but also of radical, resilient love.


All you have to do to get the virtual tickets is comment. Leave a comment stating you would be interested and you will be sent a screener link! 

TIME virtual screening is set for Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 7:30pm.

You will receive an email from AmazonScreenings.com ONE HOUR prior to start time. Once email is received,  you will need to click on the link to jump in the “line” to watch the film. Access to the virtual screening is first come first serve (same concept as a theater screening) .


TIME is directed by Garrett Bradley (AloneAmerica) and produced by Lauren Domino (The Earth Is HummingAmerica), Kellen Quinn (Midnight FamilyBrimstone & Glory) and Garrett Bradley. Executive producers are Laurene Powell Jobs (The Price of FreeA Thousand Cuts), Davis Guggenheim (Waiting for ‘Superman,’ An Inconvenient Truth – 2014 Academy Award® winner for Best Feature Documentary), Nicole Stott (Searching for Sugar ManRestrepo), Rahdi Taylor (Minding the GapI Am Not Your Negro) and Kathleen Lingo (Walk Run Cha Cha4.1 Miles). Co-executive producers are Jonathan Silberberg (Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, “Iconoclasts”) and Shannon Dill (InheritanceHe Named Me Malala).

TIME is record of and an extremely personal love letter to empathy and the importance of second chances and launches on Prime Video October 16th #TIMETHEMOVE

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