This is the clip. Frank is the second to last one to speak and you can tell he is thoughtful and intelligent and wants better than what he has and what he's done. I don't know what he's been locked up for, how many times it's been, or what he's doing now, but I've been praying for him for 10 years. He both breaks my heart and reminds me of why I am so grateful and honored to have had the chance to teach where I did.
I am going to buy this when it comes out on DVD and I hope it affects many, many people. Anyone who's tempted to judge kids who are imprisoned needs to actually listen to them. Of course they've made mistakes and made bad decisions - in some cases, really horrible decisions that caused a great deal of pain. But there's always a reason and a story behind it. I don't say that to absolve them of responsibility but maybe to put more responsibility on all of us to stop this cycle and help these kids out. They're worth so much more than this.