What would it be like to be a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay?
That’s the question filmmaker A. J. Bond asked recently when he directed, produced and acted in the film, Stress Position.
Working with his friend, David Amito, Bond experimented with the kinds of treatment that prisoners at Guantanamo Bay suffered psychologically in the form of torture.
The challenge was to see if one of these men could break the other in a week.
The film aired this month in Winnipeg, and will be released next week in the United States on DVD and Video On Demand.
I caught up with A. J. Bond and had a fascinating chat with him about his unique film. This interview first aired on CKUW 95.9 FM.