You can take out stock on Wall Street on prisons in Florida.”The filmmakers chronicle a wide array of offenders and offenses, from a happily married father of two who was nabbed for soliciting a cop posing as a 14-year-old in an online chat room to the fidgety man who describes driving across the border to Mexico, kidnapping a 5-year-old girl, and raping her as the film intercuts serene footage of him in his trailer home cleaning out his fish tank.
But the most astounding and complicated testimony comes from Tracy Hutchinson, the lone female offender interviewed in the film, who describes how her sexual abuse as a girl at the hands of her father led her to an abortion at age 11 and years of unhealthy relationships as an adult.
Years later, still in that mindset of emotionally traumatized nihilism, Fuery was sent to prison on one molestation accusation he denies—but owns up to a second offense that he suggests was partially triggered by his own childhood abuse.
Petersburg trailer park run by the Florida Justice Transitions program, the rare housing outfit to actually welcome rehabilitated sex offenders into its ranks.
Within this community of pariahs Swedish-Danish filmmakers Frida and Lasse Barkfors find a complex cast of subjects to share their stories in Pervert Park, which takes its title from the nickname locals have ascribed it over the decades.
Creating user names like "Horny Daddy" and "Big Daddy", Hutton would strike up conversations with young girls on the "tween" site and make sexual comments.
He would encourage the girls to chat to him on Skype or oo Voo, which allow chat over webcams, and ask them to perform sex acts on camera or send naked photos.