The Jacket (2005)
A Gulf war veteran is wrongly sent to a mental institution for insane criminals, where he becomes the object of a Doctor's experiences, and his life is completely affected by them.
Genre: Fantasy,Horror,Science Fiction,Thriller
Director: John Maybury
Release Date: March 4, 2005
Producers: George Clooney,Peter Guber,Steven Soderbergh
Actors: Adrien Brody,Keira Knightley,Kris Kristofferson,Jennifer Jason Leigh,Kelly Lynch,Brad Renfro,Daniel Craig,Steven Mackintosh,Brendan Coyle,Mackenzie Phillips,Laura Marano,Jason Lewis,Richard Dillane,Jonah Lotan,Angel Coulby,Paul Birchard,Nigel Whitmey
             
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