Their are many things to see in this documentary.. both inside and outside of the narrative line. I'll highlight just a couple. At the 46:46 mark he speaks with a young man that speaks to the reality of the decadence black life in the underclass of black america. And directly following that is a case of self-sabotage for reasons beyond even his own understanding. The creator of this documentary has his own purposes but through his pursuit of his own agenda we are able to see some things that we can use.. Most prison documentaries are selling the toughness of the system.. this one deals actually lets the people talk.. and though he doesn't understand the culture that they are speaking through.. nor does he understand the fact that many of the people he is interviewing are performing for their peers.. we do.. and so we can see what he may not be able to.