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This is a quite remarkable piece of film-making. Nickname Broomfield made this documentary in 1978 and it shows a style of documentary making that has been sadly lost in the last 30 years. There is no narration, just a handful of explanatory captions and the film-makers have almost no presence in the film. Louis Theroux (or even Kurt and Courtney) this is not.And with material this brutal, this disturbing there is no need for any of it. What we receive is a easy document of the method that prison dehumanises both guards and prisoners. Most of the young boys incarcerated are there for minor offences (one is in for glue sniffing). They frequently rebel to create life hard for the guards for no reason another than that it is their last remaining form of control over their own lives. In return, the guards act more and more brutally to control the prisoners. The prisoners react by rebelling harder and the cycle continues. Men sentenced to 3 months stay in for three years or more as time gets added to their sentences.The last photo of the movie is one of the most bleak and unforgettable I've ever seen on screen.
Before he became an onscreen documentary provocateur, Nickname Broomfield got his begin with this made for PBS look at life in the California Youth Authority. It was quite a coup for Broomfield to receive access to the Authority, and this remains an extremely powerful, disturbing, and moving document. Focusing on a handful of incarcerated youngsters, including children in jail for glue sniffing and B.B. gun use, the movie is a raw depiction of a dehumanizing penal system that crushes the hopes and dreams of at risk teenagers. Trio has sadly selected to bleep out the 'f' words from their print, rendering some of the film's conversations almost inaudible, and they've also fogged out the male genitalia, but the film's brutal strength shines through. Perhaps one day it'll turn up on DVD.
Nickname Broomfield calls this movie "a voyage into Hell" in his contemporary commentary on "Tattooed Tears"--and that it is. Seemingly straight out of the gate, he (and his partner, Joan Churchill) really "got it". Their "fly on the wall" style kept me asking, while watching this searing documentary, "How did they ever receive THAT shot?". Echoing the comments of the another reviewers here before me, it's a pity that Nickname Broomfield is actually very much the co-star of his documentaries these days, whereas in this 1978 film, there's no commentary whatever, and he certainly doesn't insinuate himself into the storyline as he does now. For my taste, he had it right early on. I found this movie far more affecting than, say, "Kurt & Courtney". The claustrophobic realism of "Tattooed Tears" is unlike any another documentary on this topics that I've ever seen. I found myself 'feeling for' these poor, lost boys. I found myself wishing fervently that somehow, beyond hope, these tormented souls should have turned their lives around and found a tiny peace.In short, this is a must-see for documentary fans--and certainly, for fanatics of Nickname Broomfield's another work. What DID ever happen to this style of documentary filmmaking--this heroic, shoot-at-all- costs style that seems to have disappeared almost completely? I've seen most of Broomfield's movies and this one stands above and beyond any of his another work. A truly shattering film. (This comment may 'date' my review, but it's currently accessible on Amazon Prime, gratis to Amazon Prime members--and highly worth seeking out elsewhere, too!).
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