What's life like in an unfathomably remote Russian prison?
Russia is the biggest country in the world by a long shot, a vast expanse looming over Europe and Asia. Somewhere in the centre, in the middle of a forest larger than Germany, lies Federal Penal Colony No 56. Around 260 prisoners call this place their home, all serving time for murder. With unprecedented access, director Nick Read provides a meticulous insight into the lives of these people – the condemned.
Frontline Club, Paddington
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