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Prison Life (2000)

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Credited cast:
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Jake Daniels
Wayne Terry ...
Eddie McIntyre
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Lawyer
John Loprieno ...
Tortelli
Bryan Michael McGuire ...
Peggy O'Neal ...
Heather Smith
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Jackson
David Ackroyd ...
Father Mathew
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Steve Abramson ...
Toilet Cleaner
Mark Blomquist ...
Prison Guard
Larry G. Brown ...
Nasty
Lori Di Costanzo ...
Miss Way Clean
Wally Mills ...
Wanted Man
Rose Niwa ...
Visitor
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Dumpmeister
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Among the people receiving "special thanks" in the closing credits is Bobby Bowfinger, the lowlife filmmaker created by Steve Martin in the movie Bowfinger (1999). The creative team behind the film found themselves resorting to production tactics similar to Bobby's so often that they felt he deserved a screen credit for inspiring them. See more »

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Prison never smelled this good.
15 June 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

This is a rare short film produced out of Nashville, Tennessee that i feel privileged to have seen (heck, Geoff gave me copy). I really don't want to say much - since the film is only 30 minutes there isn't a whole lot to discuss. Man goes to jail. Man gets out of jail. Man goes back to jail only to find that things have ... cleaned up.

It's part black comedy, part prison movie, a bit of a gospel musical, and most of all ... a pyramid marketing scheme.

Prison never smelled this good. ;)


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