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Camp X-Ray (2014)

R | | Drama, War | 17 October 2014 (USA)
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A soldier assigned to Guantanamo Bay befriends a man who has been imprisoned there.

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A young soldier escapes her suffocating small town by joining the military, only to find that she isn't going for a tour of duty in Iraq as she hoped. Instead, she's sent to Guantanamo. Met with hatred and abuse from the men in her charge, she forges an odd friendship with a young man who has been imprisoned at Gitmo for eight years. Written by Deadline

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Drama | War

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Rated R for language and brief nude images | See all certifications »

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Marcados Pela Guerra  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,316, 17 October 2014, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$9,837, 7 November 2014
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Director Peter Sattler originally intended for the character of Amy Cole to be a man, but changed Cole to a female character when his wife was carrying their first child, a daughter. See more »

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(at around 1h 35mins) Ali is holding the blade on his neck with the right hand, and in the next take, he is holding it with the left hand. See more »

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Ali: I haven't heard about this movie.
Cole: Well, it's probably banned where you're from, anyway.
Ali: You mean in Germany?
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Featured in Tavis Smiley: Episode dated 20 October 2014 (2014) See more »

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written by Joshua Falcon and Nicolas Gruter
performed by Sons of Jezebel
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Excellent performances by Stewart and Moaadi, moving storyline
19 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Moving and emotionally charged performances by both Stewart and Moaadi from beginning to end. I was completely surprised by the subject matter of Gitmo, expecting a political message as the underlying theme, but it turned out to be a study of humanity and relationships within extreme circumstances. Impressive directorial debut of Sattler.

Stewart plays guard Amy Cole, a young marine from a small town who joined the military to escape her life. The movie centers around the conflict of her growing relationship with a prisoner, Moaadi, who has been in Gitmo for eight years. Both actors do justice to the storyline and these complex characters without building caricatures of military and extremist personalities. I'm not one for heavy military story lines, but I was pleasantly surprised by this film's twist to the Gitmo plot with a narrow lens on the people, not the politics. It's not all heavy subject matter....Moaadi adds some appreciated humor. Bottom line: worth my time.


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