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Matt and Sweat used power tools to cut a hole through the walls in their adjoining cells, then cut a hole through a steam pipe and tunneled their way to freedom.
The pair left a note that said "Have a nice day."Arthur Mola | APBen Stiller as director Stiller is best known for his on-screen performances, but has worked behind the camera for comedies like "Tropic Thunder," "Dodgeball" and "Zoolander." Slash Film points out he's also shown his directorial range with "The Cable Guy" as a domestic thriller, "The Secret Life of Walter Witty" with drama and special effects, and "Reality Bites" with drama.
'NY Prison Break' TV movie Lifetime actually beat Showtime to the punch with the first dramatization of the Dannemora prison escape, titled "The Seduction of Joyce Mitchell." Penelope Ann Mitchell ("Carlito's Way," "Kindergarten Cop") starred as Joyce Mitchell opposite Myk Watford ("No Country for Old Men," "Spider-Man") as Richard Matt and Joe Anderson ("Across the Universe," "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn") as David Sweat, respectively. Violent scenes Showtime will likely show a grittier and more violent version of the story than Lifetime.
I think that's what's so compelling about this."Dramatic scenes The real-life escape will lend itself to a lot of dramatic moments, including the weeks-long manhunt, the trial of Joyce Mitchell, and the actual escape.
It stars Benicio del Toro, Patricia Arquette, Paul Dano, Bonnie Hunt, Eric Lange, and David Morse.
The series is based on the true story of the 2015 Clinton Correctional Facility escape in upstate New York.
She claimed, "I never had sex with them", referring to Richard Matt and David Sweat.
She also criticized director Ben Stiller, calling him "a son-of-a-bitch liar just like the rest of the world.
The escape prompted a massive manhunt for the two convicted murderers, who were aided in their escape by a married female prison employee with whom they both became sexually entangled.