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Beautiful Prison (2016)

Ben, a brain-damaged young man living in Mexico, awakens after a violent accident to a restored intellect and supernatural abilities, which allow him to control the happenings of his world.

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Credited cast:
Mónica Almanza ...
Doctora
Valentina Arnold ...
Mother
Kristen Barrett ...
Angela
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Jerry
Ernesto D'Alessio ...
Chente
Leila Garza Stockwell ...
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Father
Caleb Pope ...
Young Ben
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Man in Black
Kaelin Stockwell ...
Ben
Isabel Zittel ...
Young Angela
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Beautiful Prison is a heavily stylized, genre-blending narrative focused around a brain damaged man, who, after a violent accident, awakens with a restored intellect and a supernatural ability to control the happenings of his world. Tonally, Beautiful Prison plays in and out of several different genres: action, familial abuse, horror, romance, and comedy. The world is often mysterious, occasionally wonderful, and at times terrifying. Written by Anonymous

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Ben's mind is damaged, his memories are worse.


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Deep and Unique
10 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

There was a very good story going on behind some great cinematography. It was well produced and I liked the "real world" feel in the characters and location. Not a Hollywood glam movie but if you like suspense and a good story with deep meaning to ponder upon, than this one is for you.

Ben is a character to fall in love with and I'm sure many people can relate with him and the difficulties he faced, early in his life, and early in the movie. It is a bittersweet movie that shows the realness of human life and how those with disabilities and problems are often disregarded by others and society. Definitely a great psychological thriller that I'd watch again.


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