Beautiful Sentence

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Women prisoners experience the liberating effect of creative writing with the help of inspirational poet Leah Thorn.

Poet Leah Thorn is a writer in residence at HMP Bronzefield, a women’s prison in Middlesex high security. Through the workshops we have a variety of women struggling to find a voice through creative writing.

Personal stories, emotions and inner conflicts are revealed through their poems and their interactions. The film explores the liberating and healing effects of creativity.

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