Prison bag is a family story.
As the cell door slams on Josie Bevan's husband, windows open to a community that was previously hidden in plain sight.
One family's frank and unflinching confrontation with the prison system.
S01 | Episode Twelve — Doing The Time
We have to be tough to wait out this time. In prison we count in seasons. There are just too many days and weeks and months.
S01 | Episode Eleven — I’m In The Bricks
I’m so very tired now and I think I’m running out of time. There’s a clock on the wall, but it has no hands.
S01 | Episode Ten — God I Need A Shag
I feel imprisoned by domesticity. I want to be a woman, not just a mother. God I need a shag.
S01 | Episode Nine — I’m Fine
I used to think that people were really selfish to go and try to kill themselves, but I get it. The longer I spent time in that cell, it seemed like a great option.
S01 | Episode Eight — Okha
All of the layers of safety I had as a child kind of went. That safety net that I had was just gone. And it was so scary.
S01 | Episode Seven — Don’t Like The Time Don’t Do The Crime
This woman married the criminal and benefited from the proceeds of crime. She should be thankful not to be in prison herself.