FRONTLINE And The New York Times Talk “Life On Parole” In PBS Documentary Film
Written by IMN on 11 Apr 2021
FRONTLINE and The New York Times offer a firsthand look at why some people stay out of jail, why some go back, and how one state is trying to break the cycle of recidivism. With unique access inside Connecticut’s corrections system, as well as camera-phone footage filmed by the parolees themselves, the film follows four former prisoners as they navigate the challenges of more than a year on parole.
From finding work, to staying sober, to parenting and doing it all while under intense supervision from the state. Watch the full documentary below.