I'm obsessed with anything about incarceration especially in the states. So this was a no-brainer for me to watch.
Firstly, this group therapy program is so intriguing and honestly should be utilized nationwide.
Something that I couldn't shake throughout this entire film was the authenticity of "Brain". He reeked of struggling actor in LA who wanted some screen time. I'd love to know if anyone else felt this as well.
After seeing inmates behavior over the years. This one made a lot of scenes difficult. Like, too many of them burst out screaming out of nowhere.. it was as if most of their reactions were played up by encouragement rather than genuine reactions.
Other than that, seeing civilians interact and…