You are standing in a metallic gray prison cell. Turn your head around and you will hear the echoing sound of a dripping toilet. A crack appears in the wall above it and the shadows of words start decorating the wall – phrases like “too many pencils”, “yelling too loud” and “looking the wrong way at a corrections officer”, while the voiceover in the background speaks of the struggle of being imprisoned in a cell for hours and hours at a time.Read More
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