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Visit, The (2001)
Starring: Rae Dawn Chong, Hill Harper, Billy Dee Williams, Obba Babatunde, Maria Gibbs, Rashad, Phylicia
Director: Jordan Walker-Pearlman
Category: Drama
Studio: HBO / Rysher Ent.
English, Spanish, French
107 mins



Both father and son are in prison.But only one is behind bars.

When Alex is sent to prison for a vicious crime he swears he didn't commit, his family - at the insistence of their brutally strict father - abandon the boy to his fate.Behind bars for what could be a life sentence, Alex subjects himself to a solitary existence, his spirit crushed by the cramped prison cell.A terrible tension tightens every muscle in his body with a frustration equaled only by his father's rage.Both are ready to explode.There's one way out of prison for Alex, and that's in the hands of the parole board.But there is a way out of his self-imposed solitary with the help of a young woman he thought he'd never see again. It's something to live for.Something to die for.


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