Based on the NY Times best-selling memoir "Guantánamo Diary" by Mohamedou Ould Slahi, this is the true story of Slahi's fight for freedom after being detained and imprisoned without charge by the U.S. Government for years. Alone and afraid, Slahi finds allies in defense attorney Nancy Hollander and her associate Teri Duncan who battle the U.S. government in a fight for justice that tests their commitment to the law and their client at every turn. Their controversial advocacy, along with evidence uncovered by a formidable military prosecutor, Lt. Colonel Stuart Couch, uncovers shocking truths and ultimately proves that the human spirit cannot be locked up.Written by
When Mohamedou asks detainee 'Marseille' in French if the place Marseille is located at sea (la mer), the subtitles wrongly translate 'la mer' as 'ocean'. Marseille is located at the Mediterranean Sea. See more »
I wanna know who's name I should cite when I contact the National Security desk at the New York Times. You tell your C.O., I don't wanna see my client in shackles ever again.
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That's how US government is?
Given it's a real case and I believe in any single details in the movie. Even criminal have rights for trial but not for a suspect in this case. It's quite irony a country advocate human rights happen such a case. Tip of the iceberg of victim case I wonder.
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