Dylan attempts to move on from his former life as a criminal, with his true love, Maria. He soon realizes that his past will continue to haunt him, when he learns the new local prison warden has not forgiven him for an old crime.

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Paul Kampf

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Paul Kampf

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Credited cast:
Laurence Fishburne ... Daniel Calvin
Edward James Olmos ... Hospicio
Esai Morales ... Governor Mandera
Jon Huertas ... Diaz
John Heard
Fernanda Urrejola ... Lisa
Juan Pablo Raba ... Dylan
Juana Acosta ... Maria
Ana Isabelle ... Anita
Vic Polizos ... Elliot
Marisé Álvarez ... Angela (as Marisé Alvarez)
Luis de La Rosa ... Ronnie
Ron Menzel ... Ronald Cleveland
Jazmín Caratini ... Tamara Gomez
Blas Sien Diaz ... Jorge
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Dylan Burke has made many mistakes in his former life as a small-time criminal, but he put his dark past behind him when he found the love of his life, Maria. Dylan now works as an open water fisherman, while Maria runs a quaint seaport coffee shop. It is the idyllic life they both never dreamed they'd achieve. But when the local prison warden, Daniel Calvin, realizes Dylan is the man who caused his wife's death twenty-five years ago he'll stop at nothing to have his rightful revenge, including framing Dylan for murder and having him locked away under the warden's charge.

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The Truth Can't Be Silenced

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Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, disturbing images, some sexuality and language.

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Barely watchable rubbish
14 January 2020 | by safsurferSee all my reviews

How does one describe and give review of such an obviously poor movie.....well here goes. First off, this was basically a love story wrapped in hatred and jealousy and topped off with revenge plus a tad bit of guilt and atonement...of course I don't want to spoil the overall plot. It's a common recipe that's been done countless times and sometimes it works brilliantly and sometimes it works out like this film did.....very poor. The script was full of holes, implausable scenarios, unnatural dialog, hollow characters, and forced drama. The action, special effects, and stunt work were unrealistic and almost laughable. The overall production value was worse than a made for TV movie. To finish off, this film was led by some fairly decent acting talent, which was the only reason I watched to begin with....but the script was so bad that no amount of acting talent could help. In fact, I'm really surprised some of them even signed on to this project, they must not have read the script or something. Anyway, I rated this film a 5, which is barely watchable on my scale, so don't waste your time.


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30 July 2020 (Brazil) See more »

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Imprisoned See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$4,381, 15 September 2019

Gross USA:

$12,050

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$12,050
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