Price: $99.95

    Code: 1375

    This documentary offers a revealing, inside look at the structure of prison society in America, particularly its class, racial and sexual aspects, by focusing on the San Francisco County Jail. It offers a revealing look at the regimentation, boredom and incessant din of prison life, featuring frank interviews with prisoners and guards, as well as the county sheriff, and the jail's warden, captain, lieutenant and sergeant.

    Directed by Michael Anderson, Paul Jacobs, Saul Landau and Bill Yahraus
    1972, 80 minutes
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