The Work – Review

We are constantly being told to keep our emotions at bay, with insipid phrases quipping at us, we are conditioned to believe that feelings are the enemy. If you cry, you are weak. If you admit that you’re unhappy, you’re attention seeking. If you do anything remotely “sensitive,” you are condemned. This ideology is wrong: There is no harm in talking about how you are … Continue reading The Work – Review

“It isn’t just limited to prisons.” – Director Jairus McLeary talks The Work

We are always being told not to be emotional. We’re taught to keep our feelings to ourselves, to suffer in silence, and not to cry. We’re constantly told to bottle up until it explodes. Directed by Jairus McLeary & Gethin Aldous, The Work revolves around volunteers that head to Folsom Prison to participate in a group session with prison in order to deal with their emotional conflict … Continue reading “It isn’t just limited to prisons.” – Director Jairus McLeary talks The Work

The Work – Brand New Trailer!

Prison is designed to reform its inmates and allow them back into society as an upstanding member, people have debated the efficacy of whether this is true for decades, but to little avail. The Work takes a documentary crew into Folsom Prison to observe a four day therapy session with inmates and people from outside the prison system. The trailers show plenty of various emotions … Continue reading The Work – Brand New Trailer!