Directed by Robert M. Young / Written by Miguel Piñero
(English), Color, 35mm, approx. 80 minutes, 1978
<div align="center">This page requires a web browser that can display objects. We recommend <i>Netscape Navigator</i>. Into the belly of beast! The Manhattan Correctional Facility, better known as "the Tombs," provides the backdrop for an existential drama that pits black against white and Puerto Rican as mediator. A microcosm of how we live, this film adaptation of the successful play provides a cut-throat analysis of sex, race and power in America. Oddly telling, the decent-looking, middle-class man in the business suit is the most perverse among these criminals. He is a child-molester--short eyes.
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