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Animal FactoryThe film follows a 21-year-old boy is in prison because of drug trafficking. After facing many difficulties, He realizes the prison is where violence is the only way of life and must attempt to fight for survival.Keywords:
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Directors of "Animal Factory"Steve BuscemiBirthdate: 13 December 1957, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Animal Factory"Edward BunkerBirthdate: 31 December 1933, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Animal Factory"Salon.comDecember 19, 2001
You come away with the sense that you should have come to care (or at least to know) more about its central characters than you do.Village VoiceAugust 17, 2001
It's the relationship between Willem Dafoe, as Earl, the hard-time veteran, and Edward Furlong, as Ron, the new boy he takes under his wing, that makes the film so compelling.Film.comJanuary 01, 2000
The bleakness and myriad cruelties of the prison system are telegraphed with a graceful touch.New York TimesJanuary 01, 2000
A picture about adapting one's instincts, and Mr. Buscemi's deftness works well in this context.TheMovieReport.comJanuary 17, 2010
The opaque performances offer little in the way of shading.ColeSmithey.comMay 16, 2009
"Animal Factory" shows in unflinching scenes of stabbings, race riots, drug use, attempted rape, and constantly boiling chaotic violence, how hardened criminals are formed by incessant molding inside American penitentiaries.RTÉ (Ireland)August 14, 2003
What it does lack is a performance by Furlong that's the equal of Dafoe's.Entertainment TodayJanuary 16, 2003
We may have seen this type of Animal before, but Furlong and Dafoe's work -- and Buscemi's honest, caring touch with these fringe-dwellers -- make it seem fresh.Detour MagazineNovember 17, 2002
there are two reasons to fast-forward this offering when it's released on video: (1) Mickey Rourke's over-the-top bejeweled drag queen and (2) Tom Arnold's truly rotten performance as a baddy who has the hots for boy-buns. Roseanne's finally gotten her reNetflixNovember 07, 2002
Prison flick from ex-con screenwriter is raw and realistic, with powerful acting.Planet Sick-BoyJuly 09, 2002
A scary and unflinching look at prison life.MovieholeJune 20, 2002
Similar to "Shawshank", "Animal Factory" is a far-less-established outing, but never the less interesting. Without the weighty support cast it mightn't have been as intriguing though, because there's a lack of depth missing from the screenplay
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