Matthew Modine, somewhat down on his luck as a writer, takes a job as a creative writinginstructor in a prison. He suspects a particularly bright student has been kept in prison unjustly.This man also wants to make amends with the sister of the man for whose murder he has beenheld responsible. Wouldn’t you know it, redemption is a two-way street as Modine finds newpurpose in life too. Ordinary, but competent TV drama.
The music is good, there …re some decent left-right separation effects, and there are somenice echoes now and then coming out of the rear speakers. The environment on this 2.0 mix is,however, far from constant.
The picture is fullscreen, which is to be expected. The blacks are good, and the colours areokay, though there are a bit pale at times. Essentially a solid transfer, but not jump-up-and-shoutgorgeous either.
No extras, and you could have caught this on TV for free. But if you’re completely hard upfor a prison drama, this will do.