TV Movie | Not Rated | | Drama
A young guard and a college professor convicted of manslaughter both start their first day in prison.
Even though "The Glass House" is a TV-movie, the uncut released version features some brief male nudity, an "F-word," and the beginning of a gang-rape.
That thing you did over there did sure took a lot of style. And I'm gonna tell you something: it's not gonna end there and you're gonna have to answer to some people.
There is a scene where the young man is asked to buy cigarettes. He finds out why and begins to argue with the other 2 cons about it. As they all 3 walk into the corridor at the the top left area of the screen, clearly the Mic is seen for about 2 seconds. The same thing happens again near the end of the film, when the guard is talking to the warden in his office.
[prologue] "This motion picture was filmed entirely in a state prison. Most of the faces and voices are those of actual prisoners. The story and characters are fictitious, but the situations are real".
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