One bad night, one bad decision could haunt you—forever.
Bad Samaritan poses a difficult moral dilemma: If someone perpetrating a crime discovers an even more heinous crime in progress, what should they do? Is it even possible to be taken seriously if part of coming forward means admitting personal guilt? What would you do?
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Official Synopsis: A young valet breaks into a man’s home and discovers a terrified woman who’s chained and gagged. After notifying the police, he soon becomes the target of the psychopath’s wrath as he tries to rescue the victim that he left behind.
Bad Samaritan is directed by Dean Devlin and stars Kerry Condon, David Tennant, and Robert Sheehan; the film is now playing in theaters nationwide.
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