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MARTIJN (Ryan Phillippe), an idealistic Dutch pianist, travels to Morocco to help start a food program for malnourished children. Within moments of his arrival, however, Martijn is abducted by a group of terrorists, injected with a debilitating drug, and imprisoned. Under threat of death, the young man engages in a mental chess match with AHMAT (Laurence Fishburne), trying to learn his captor’s true objective and avoid a horrible fate.
It's already been said by many reviewers. A film with the most unexpected twists and turns, and, an unexpected ending, that many would not see coming!
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profound and very well played to the end. have added this to my collection alongside Darfur, the Constant Gardener, Babel, so very relevant unfortunately, to todays conflicts.Published 11 months ago by cheryl
The plot was mind-bottling. Fishburne was amazing, and the music created a special atmosphere in the film. I loved how the movie switched off between the past and present. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by markus
Wow, a movie where first at least my heart was going out to the all american boy next door. Thinking how will he escape or kill his captors. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by MB
Tense subject in today's PC world, but good acting nonetheless -- not for everyone's stomach given the subject and methods.Published on June 11, 2013 by D. Dowds