|Prison Stories: Women on the Inside|
|Written by||Dick Beebe|
|Directed by|| Donna Deitch |
Joan Micklin Silver
|Starring|| Rae Dawn Chong |
|Composers|| Stanley Clarke |
J. Peter Robinson
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producers|| Colin Callender |
|Producer||Gerald T. Olson|
|Cinematography|| Robert Elswit |
|Running time||79 minutes|
|Production company||HBO Showcase|
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