Two unseen interviews further in depth of the inmates disturbing encounter with assault.
Director Jonathan Schwartz describes his experiences and insights on the rewarding and dangerous process of making a movie in prison.
Photographers Paul Taggart and Kim V Smith's black and white snapshots of prisons, inmates, guards, and narrator Danny Trejo are shown in a slideshow to Denver Holloway's music.
Where Are They Now?
Five years after "Turned Out" was filmed our crew revisits Lamark, Menenhall, Iddy, Hipps, and Jerry Gaskins.
An interview with rape survivor Cassandra Collins who drafted the Sexual Violence in Jails and Prison Act.
Controversial interviews with Julie Stewart of Families Against Mandatory Minimums and journalist Michael Haddigan.
Rap artist C-Nile teams up with Juvenile in "You Know Me". Convict Denver Holloway plays "Without My Kids In My Life" and "Sing Me Home Before I Die".
"A Life In Ink" is a quick portrait of the meaning behind inmates' inked body art. Followed by a photo gallery of the powerful tattoos.
Learn more abour organizations for human rights and prisoner rights that were used in making this film.