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<i>Too Young to Die?</i> 1990 television film directed by Robert Markowitz

Too Young to Die? is a 1990 television movie starring Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis. It touches on the debate concerning the death penalty. It is based on a true story. Three years later, Pitt and Lewis would reunite, portraying somewhat similar characters, in Kalifornia.

Park Jin-pyo is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. He directed Too Young to Die (2002), You Are My Sunshine (2005), Voice of a Murderer (2007), Closer to Heaven (2009), and Love Forecast (2015).

<i>The Suspicious Death of a Minor</i> 1975 film by Sergio Martino

The Suspicious Death of a Minor, also known as Too Young to Die, is a 1975 Italian giallo film directed by Sergio Martino.

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