Professor William Conroy, otherwise a model citizen, serves jail time for a car accident which proved fatal for his lover and student. In prison, he hears 'too much' about the murder of fellow inmate Evan, whose assertions he ignored that the deaths in their penitentiary multiplied suspiciously. Dirty jailer, Price, accidentally messes up the warden's instructions to get Conroy murdered by ruthless killer Lawrence during a transport. Conroy has some trouble convincing even his lawyer Eric Hawthorne he's the target of a manhunt. They and investigative reporter David Dart discover the dirty part played by Jim Corcoran's rich and influential 'Justice for victim families' vigilante society.
He's closing in on the truth. The killers are closing in on him.
6 September 2002 (Spain)
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Also Known As:
A törvényen túl
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Rob Lowe received sever third degree on his face and back and lost two thirds of his ring finger while making this movie. See more
When Ofc. Yaskin (Terrence 'T.C.' Carson I) is looking through the binoculars in the car, he is looking through the wrong end. You can tell by the rubber eye pieces and how small the openings are on the side you can see. See more
Do you know the reason people drink coffee?
People have a thing about stuff they drink.
they believe it gives them some type of control over the illusion of being tired.
I'm not following you.
Your not following me? let me tell you something buddy this concept that you have where you think I'm a type of leader that can be followed is wrong dead wrong.
Ok jack you lost me.
No One Can Save Me But My Baby
Written by Tom Waits
Performed by John Hammond See more