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At a maximum security prison, there is preparation for the annual party where entertainers and strippers are scheduled to perform. But not everyone is having fun. A man is sent to solitary, his wife has a nervous breakdown, and a convict prepares to make a daring escape. Written by
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My reaction to this film has me somewhat puzzled. I mean, I sat through the whole movie, and I was rarely entertained, but I wasn't bored, either. There were a few too many performances (singing/stripping/bad comedy) throughout the movie, but those were the only scenes where I was uninterested by the film. A few of the stories caught my attention, but none of them were given enough time to become truly interesting. So basically, watching this movie made for a painless (and joyless) way to kill some time.
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