Eric Gourlan spent over a month in the juvenile and women colonies and two men’s colonies, located outside of Bishkek. The time spent within each colony resulted in unparalleled acceptance and trust of the inmates and guards, revealing the life within the prisons and the inner emotions of those living and working there.
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