The Realness: Inmate Sneaks Camera Inside Prison, Films For 6 Months. HBO To Air Footage As Documentary

People always want to see the “realness” and coming soon on HBO it’s about to get realer than ever imagined.

Inmate, Omar Broadway somehow snuck a camera into Northern State Prison in Newark, New Jersey and filmed for six months.

The documentary depicts abuse from guards, gang activity and raw violence.

This is the first movie ever filmed behind bars by an actual prisoner.

Check your local listing for air date and times.
 It premieres on HBO on July 14, 2010 at 8pm. It’s called an Omar Broadway film.

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