This short documentary offers a visceral snapshot at how inmates survive solitary confinement. With rare access inside Pelican Bay State Prison, filmmaker Cali Bondad and reporter Gabrielle Canon captured a day-in-the-life inside one of the most notorious supermax prisons in the US. The film shows a cinematic glimpse of the personal anguish and monotony described by inmates living in long-term isolation.
Featured on The Atlantic - "Editor's Pick" - June 2016
For a more in-depth look and current background on solitary confinement in the US, read Gabrielle Canon's article here: https://medium [dot] com/ [at] gabriellecanon/ending-solitary-confinement-bb4e0311e058
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