This DVD should go behind bars for the up-front ads. Includes three separate audio commentary tracks: one by filmmakers Rogerson and Spitzmiller and the other two feature some people behind bars. There are also 11 deleted scenes, nine selected performances, and a troupe update.
If you were a high school drama club member...then later found yourself robbing banks for a living, then Luther Luckett Correction Complex in LaGrange, Kentucky, is the prison for you. This fascinating documentary explores the prison
Anamorphically enhanced at 1.78:1, this documentary features generally pleasing and adequate image quality for the genre. As is typical of documentaries, image quality is usually quite mediocre, depending on the source element. And with DV-originated images, this documentary can look quite soft at times. Still, the DVD does a nice job at delivering the imagery with little bothersome pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
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