"[This documentary] examines William Sampson's harrowing experience while imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for a crime he did not commit. Sampson, who was working as a business consultant in Saudi Arabia at the time of his sudden arrest, belonged to a community of western ex-pats who worked hard and played hard. He, along with several other men, was charged with the terrorist bombing and murder of a fellow western ex-pat in December of 2000. With no evidence of his guilt, and despite pleading his innocence, Sampson was repeatedly tortured and received no counsel or visitation by his government until after his captors got what they wanted: a confession. Finally freed after a total of 31 months, one burning question remains unanswered: Where was the Canadian government, and why wasn't more done to help? [The film] is an unforgettable testament to one man's struggle to survive injustice, brutality, and the geo-politics that condone them"--Container.