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Camp X-Ray
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Peter Sattler
Release Date: 17 January 2014
Movie rating: 6.9
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What is the movie Camp X-Ray about?
Camp X-ray tells a story of a woman who has had enough of her suffocating town and decides to join the military. She is hoping to do a tour of duty in Iraq, but instead gets sent to Guantanamo. She is in charge of a few Muslim men who hate her and try to provoke her but she manages to forge a friendship with a young man who has been in Guantanamo for eight years. Kristen Stewart plays the lead Amy Cole and her performance is brilliant as well as the performance of Peyman Moaadi who plays the captive who befriends her. Right from the very start of the movie till the end these two do an astounding job, they are the ones who carry this movie and they do it in a way which hasn't been seen in a while. It seems as if the movie might have a political layer underneath it all, but fortunately the movie is essentially about humanity and relationships developing under extreme circumstances. The movie manages to do an amazing job at portraying the military people, there aren't any typical loud and stern commanders nor any wise cracking soldiers we have all come to expect from similar movies. What we get is an amazing movie which speaks a lot about the nature of the human race. Definitely give this movie a go!
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Amber Wilkinson @ 29-Jul-2014 16:23 Report a spam

Sattler does an impressive job of stitching unpleasant facts about Guantanamo into the narrative - from those tricky Convention semantics to Cole's discovery that the cell lights are never turned off at night.

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