|Description||Tough and Tender takes the opportunity to explore the claustrophobic, repressive context of prison life and the resulting traits that come with it, like guilt, paranoia compulsion and obsession.
Jean-Daniel Cadinot chooses a reform school outside of Paris as his setting. Here he uses a claustrophobic barracks-like dormitory with the illusion of freedom with the open countryside that surrounds the institution.
Overseeing this tightly-knit community are the cynical guards Jacques de Rives and Christof Lighthouse, who turn a blind eye to rape and the exploitation among the inmates, occasionally taking advantage of the boys for their own pleasure.
|Size||4.18 GB (4,484,179,968 bytes)|
|Num files||11 files|