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A true story of Billy Hayes, an American college student, caught smuggling drugs out of Turkey and thrown into prison. Billy's hopes is collapsed when the command parole is denied. An inmate suggestes Billy go by the night train to flee.
Despite the negative hullabaloo "Midnight Express" provoked for its brutal characterization of Turkish prison officials, director Alan Parker's rendering of Oliver Stone's exploitation screenplay is a stick of pure cinematic dynamite.
Horrific scenes of prison brutality and powerful acting by Brad Davis as the American Billy Hayes help make up for the shortcomings in Alan Parker's sensationalistic tale and Oliver Stone's factual inaccuracies.