The Stanford Prison Experiment Official Trailer #1 (2015)
Erza Miller Thriller Movie HD
Published on Jun 12, 2015
The Stanford Prison Experiment Trailer 1 (2015) Ezra Miller Thriller Movie HD [Official Trailer]
The Sanford Prison Experiment
Forty-four years later, a searing film starring Billy Crudup brings the chilling research to light
In a Florida prison, a mentally ill inmate dies after guards punish him by locking him in a scalding hot shower for well over an hour.
The mentally ill Florida man Dr. Zimbardo described in the opening sentence of his article was Darren Rainey, who was serving two years for a minor drug charge. More than three years after his death, no one has been held to account for scalding most of the skin off his body, and precious few of the hundreds of other suspicious Florida prison deaths have been explained to the satisfaction of their families, or activists.
Many of the Floridians who have been pushing the Florida Department of Corrections, Governor Rick Scott, the Florida legislature, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the FBI and the Department of Justice for conclusions to the investigation of suspicious deaths have been pushing all these same parties for an end to abuse, neglect and violence throughout Florida’s prisons.
And we’re getting nowhere.
Even with the Miami Herald publishing one investigative article after another.
The explanation of why we aren’t getting anywhere will be made clear in The Stanford Prison Experiment movie … it isn’t just corrections officers that easily and quickly fall into sadistic abuse of prisoners, management slides into the craven craziness right along with them … even Dr. Zimbardo slid into the abyss during his legendary experiment.
Since the experiment, Dr. Zimbardo has studied strategies to avoid the bizarre behaviors he witnessed (and engaged in), and formed a nonprofit to get the word out, Heroic Imagination Project (HIP).
There are some who don’t succumb to peer pressure, and won’t become passive bystanders when evil things happen. Many inmates stood up for Darren Rainey, including markedly persistent Harold Hempstead. There are many whose bravery in protecting other inmates goes unrecognized by the public and punished by corrections personnel, like Gary Bennett’s, who has been disabled most of his life and wrongly incarcerated for 31+years.
Because the Stanford Prison Experiment showed this trait to be rare, those whose job it is to supervise those that protect and serve in some capacity should see The Stanford Prison Experiment and become familiar with the Heroic Imagination Project.
Pretending that rule-making can overcome human nature hasn’t ever worked, nor has pretending that those who are entrusted to address rule-breaking can overcome human nature and actually hold rule-breakers accountable.
The time to break the cycle of predictable violence and equally predictable coverups is now.