The Stanford Prison Experiment
- Running Time: 122
- Release Date: (2015)
This film is based on the actual events that took place in 1971 when Stanford professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo created what became one of the most shocking and famous social experiments of all time.
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To begin with. I was shocked. Totally amazed. When I started in banking, I couldn't understand how the hell my colleagues got away with treating the back office the way they did. I'd never seen anything like it. But then slowly I came to understand the ...and...
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A two-year battle with throat cancer has taken its toll, and a procedure on his trachea has reduced his voice to a rasp and rendered him short of breath. Still, when the topic turns to his performer kin — Jack is an actor who has appeared in The...
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The experiment started with sudden arrests, with a police car driving through town, nabbing the volunteers. They were searched, handcuffed and taken to Zimbardo's simulated jail, which consisted of a secure outdoor yard, a small solitary confinement...
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