Night Walk (2019)
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In this modern-day Romeo and Juliet, star-crossed lovers are torn apart by cultural tensions between the East and the West. Sarah takes her American boyfriend Frank to her home country in the Arab world. After an incident during a night stroll, Frank is imprisoned by corrupt police for Sarah's murder. His quest for justice turns into a spiritual journey led by Muslim inmates, from the moderate convert to terror-linked fundamentalists.
A charming ladies' man, Frank has no intention of settling down. That's until he meets a beautiful and intelligent Arab woman, Sarah, one incandescent night. Their romance takes off and Frank decides to propose to Sarah during a journey in her home country. One night abroad, corrupt Arab police discover the couple in a compromising situation. They provoke an incident that snowballs. As the protagonists try to escape, the police open fire, accidentally killing Sarah. Fearful of an international backlash, the police frame Frank for murder, aided by a crooked American judge, with his own selfish business motives. The judge summons Frank back to the U.S. to serve his unjust sentence. Assaulted as soon as he arrives in prison, Frank is saved by his cellmate Ayman, a moderate Muslim convert who unwillingly enrolls him in the powerful gang of Muslim fundamentalists he uses for his own protection. Desperate to prove his innocence, Frank resorts to breaking out of prison to seek revenge on those who destroyed his life.
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