Cummins Unit of Arkansas State Penitentiary. The corruption scandal of the historical penitentiary inspired the 1980 film, Brubaker, which chronicled the warden's inside investigation into the corrupt southern prison system. The prison raises their own pigs. A common room of the prison. Prisoners do not have individual cells

1968
(French, b. 1935)
Image: 16.2 x 23.8 cm (6 3/8 x 9 3/8 in.); Paper: 20.3 x 25.1 cm (8 x 9 7/8 in.)
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Cummins Unit of Arkansas State Penitentiary. The corruption scandal of the historical penitentiary inspired the 1980 film, Brubaker, which chronicled the warden's inside investigation into the corrupt southern prison system. The prison raises their own pigs. A common room of the prison. Prisoners do not have individual cells

Cummins Unit of Arkansas State Penitentiary. The corruption scandal of the historical penitentiary inspired the 1980 film, Brubaker, which chronicled the warden's inside investigation into the corrupt southern prison system. The prison raises their own pigs. A common room of the prison. Prisoners do not have individual cells

1968

Jean-Pierre Laffont

(French, b. 1935)
France, 20th century

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