Available on DVD!
a glimpse inside the hearts and minds of violent
youth felons, "Real Time" explores
the reality of adolescent life in prison. The
57-minute documentary follows minors in a California
youth prison learning filmmaking and creating
two short films. It comes from the first film
crew allowed in the compound which houses the
system's youngest offenders.
"Real Time" examines violent teenage
crime, punishment and rehabilitation with a
never before seen point-of-view, it has won
critical acclaim and an audience constituency
among people concerned about at-risk youth.
This includes teenagers, parents, educators,
social workers and people in both the law enforcement
and juvenile justice communities.