Watch Dog Pound
- 1 hr 31 min
Dog Pound is a French-Canadian drama film directed by Kim Chapiron in 2010. Chapiron co-wrote the Dog Pound screenplay with Jeremie Delon. Three teenagers--Angel, Davis and Butch--are now teenage criminals who have been sentenced to the Montana State Correctional facility Enola Vale. Goodyear is a prison guard who is tough but fair minded and not only looks after the young inmates, but urges the youths to play by the rules and serve their time so they can have a second chance on the outside. But the new inmates are forced to deal with other inmates who have been in lockup for a while, many of whom have become accustomed to life behind bars. One inmate in particular is Banks, who has become a seasoned hard case whose focus is on bullying those smaller and easily intimidated. Once Banks zeros in on Butch, the new inmate will begin a path of retribution from which there is no return. The focus actually centers on Banks, who was incarcerated for blinding a correctional officer after attacking him in an act of self-defense; now the correctional officer is being accused of assaulting other detainees.