In their new overseas house, an American family soon finds themselves caught in the middle of a coup, and they frantically look for a safe escape from an environment where foreigners are being immediately executed.
A couple (Owen Wilson and Lake Bell) and their two daughters relocate to Asia, only to find themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous coup. Realizing that foreigners are being murdered on the spot, they make a desperate decision to escape the violence on the streets and seek refuge at the American Embassy, all while trying to avoid detection by the merciless rebels.
Midnight Train to Georgia
Written by Jim Weatherly (as James D. Weatherly)
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A family relocates to a foreign country where Owen Wilson's character has new job. This is the story of how a family survives a terrible situation in a foreign country. They have to make some incredibly hard choices to escape from the violence around them. I watched this movie and thought what would I do if I was in this family's situation. Would I survive? I didn't care if the movie was politically correct because it is a movie. In the real world everyday there are horrendous things happening a lot worse than this. This was just a story of a family trying to survive. There were good people and bad people along the way. Just how real life is.
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