A young man arrested for drug smuggling fights to survive the horrors of a Turkish prison in Midnight Express (1978).
Brad Davis as American Billy Hayes, narrating a letter to his parents, being processed into a Turkish prison for smuggling hashish, early in director Alan Parker's Midnight Express, 1978, from Hayes' book.
American Jimmy (Randy Quaid), compatriot Billy Hayes (Brad Davis) and Brit Max (John Hurt) considering prospects of breaking out of their Turkish prison, in Midnight Express, 1978, directed by Alan Parker.
From the opening scenes, American Billy Hayes (Brad Davis) preparing to smuggle hashish out of Istanbul, then with girlfriend Susan (Irene Miracle) at the airport, from Alan Parker's Midnight Express, 1978.
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