What if the most dangerous terrorist training ground circa 2005 was at Guantanomo Bay? That’s the provocative question posed by this based-on-fact political drama, which tells the true story of a harmless, law-abiding South African man who was wrongly accused of terror, imprisoned and tortured by the country’s apartheid government. Upon his release, he channeled his rage into a new life as an actual terrorist. Director Philip Noyce flirts with agitprop, but the movie finds its soul in the lead performance of Derek Luke. He’s a relatable stand-in for those who may have been falsely accused – and seething – in prisons of our own.