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Mickey Rourke as “Gary”


Mickey Rourke is an American actor and retired boxer who has appeared primarily as a leading man in drama, action, and thriller films. During the 1980s, he received critical praise for his work in the Charles Bukowski biopic Barfly and the horror mystery Angel Heart. In 1991, Rourke teamed up with Don Johnson and Tom Sizemore in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man; also in 1991, Rourke became a professional boxer for a time and later in 1994, Rourke returned to acting and had supporting roles in several films, including the drama The Rainmaker (1997), the thriller-remake of Get Carter (2000), The Pledge (2001), the action film Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) and the action thriller Man on Fire (2004), playing the role of a corrupt lawyer.

In 2005, Rourke made his comeback in mainstream Hollywood circles with a lead role in the neo-noir action thriller Sin City, for which he won awards from the Chicago Film Critics Association and the Online Film Critics Society. In the 2008 film The Wrestler, Rourke portrayed a past-his-prime wrestler; for his work in the film, Rourke received a 2009 Golden Globe award, a BAFTA award, and an Academy Award nomination. Since then, Rourke has appeared in several commercially successful films, including the 2010 films Iron Man 2 and The Expendables and the 2011 film Immortals.

Gary is the lead white supremacist in Night Walk that controls inmates... but also prison guards.

Eric Roberts as “Judge Jude”


Eric Roberts is an American actor. He achieved recent recognition for his feat of acting in over 150 films between 2013 and 2015. His career began with King of the Gypsies (1978), earning a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor Debut. He earned both a Golden Globe and Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in Runaway Train (1985). Through the 1990s and 2000s he maintained dramatic film and TV film roles while appearing in TV series. He starred in Batman: The Dark Knight and The Expendables.


Eric Roberts will play a corrupt American judge who keeps the hero in jail through a twisted scheme.

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Laouini "La Fouine" Mouhid as “Ayman”


Laouni Mouhid commonly known by his stage name La Fouine is a French rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer and actor of Moroccan origin. He owns his own record label, Banlieue Sale Music, and his own clothing line called "Street Swag". He is an established figure in French rap and has won numerous awards including MTV Europe Music Awards for Best French Artist and at least three “Victoire de la musique” for his album La Fouine vs. Laouni. He is also an actor, known for District 13: Ultimatum, and The New Adventures of Aladdin.

Ayman is the lead Muslim inmate who mentors the young protagonist when he arrives in jail. He embodies the maturity and wisdom of a family man who lost everything but accepts his fate to purge his sins.

Patrick Kilpatrick as “Louis”


Patrick Kilpatrick has been one of the finest screen and television actors and villains of his generation. He has played against a spectrum of Hollywood's leading action heroes while occasionally delivering the redemptive, even sensitively challenged, hard-edged heroic role. It was his work on James Cameron's Dark Angel series that led Steven Spielberg to seek him out for Minority Report (2002). His action film appearances, in a multitude of genres, embrace an international Who's Who of leading men: Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Caan in Eraser (1996); Last Man Standing (1996) opposite Bruce Willis; Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995) opposite Steven Segal; The Presidio (1988) opposite Sean Connery and Mark Harmon; HBO's Premiere Films adaptation of Louis L'Amour's The Quick and the Dead (1987); and the ever-popular action mainstay Death Warrant (1990) opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme. He has even done battle with the largest mammal on earth in Free Willy 3: The Rescue (1997). He recently was up for a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award as a Guest Star in a Drama Series for his role in NCIS: Los Angeles.


Patrick will be the prison guard Louis, a ruthless deputy who is completely biased against the Muslim penitentiary population and illegally mistreats them.


Richard Tyson as “John” 


Richard Tyson landed one of his first roles on the hit TV show Moonlighting with Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd. Richard's career took off from there and hasn't shown any sign of slowing down since. He is best known for his roles as Buddy Revell in Three O’clock High, Cullen Crisp in Kindergarten Cop opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Perry in Two Moon Junction. With a long list of film credits including Black Hawk Down, There's Something About Mary, Kingpin, Genghis Khan and many others, Richard has shared the screen with a wide array of actors including Charlton Heston, Orlando Bloom, Ben Stiller and John Travolta.


In Night Walk, Richard plays a prison guard unwary of the conditions of the inmates and backing Louis in any evil initiative he takes.

Louis Mandylor as the prison warden


Mandylor was born in Melbourne, Australia but has enjoyed success in US television shows, such as a prominent guest appearance on Relic Hunter with Tia Carrere. Louis is probably most famous for his role in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Other major roles include playing Louis Malone in Martial Law alongside Sammo Hung. Mandylor appeared in the sitcom Friends, pretending to be Joey's twin in The One With Unagi. Additionally, he appeared in the third season of CSI: Miami as a robber/killer.


Louis is the prison warden who lets Louis run the institution as long as he is left clean from all trouble and consequences and can keep pocketing more diverted money.


Sean Stone as "Frank"


Sean Ali Stone is an American actor with an extensive filmography. He is the son of film director Oliver Stone. He converted to Shia Islam in 2012 and in an interview with CNN, said that he accepted Muhammad as the seal of the prophets. Grown up in the film-world he acted since childhood in his father’s films, including The Doors, JFK, Natural Born Killers and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, before becoming a director with Graystone, a movie based on his experiences of exploring haunted mental asylums. Sean also sits on the Board of Advisors for the company MindShare Ventures Group based in New York City. The company is involved in several business areas, including entertainment, commodities, healthcare, real estate, tech and venture capital. He is also the host of the TV show Watching the Hawks on RT America, which examines the worlds of media, politics and pop culture from different  perspectives.

Sarah Alami as "Sarah"


Sarah Alami is a professional actress and model, Born in Chicago, Illinois. Her unique beauty can be attributed to the combination of her Arabic and Irish heritage. Sarah is the face of Olay Cosmetics and has been featured in over a hundred magazines and commercials nationwide. She was first thrown into the spotlight with her role in VH1's Scream Queens season 2. In 2012 she began working with Sony to play "Lysandra" The wife of Kratos in God Of War. She also is in the hit webseries "Playdate" directed by Melanie Mayron.

After studying drama and theatre in Wilmette, Illinois, Sarah developed her love for acting at a very young age. Since then, Sarah has trained and showcases her talent on Chicago's Second City Stage and continues to do improv shows with her ensemble. She has also starred in Europe's hit series "entrapment" She recently has been featured in Ulta cosmetics, FHM, GQ and Maxim.


Our movie also features stars of the big screen in Morocco such as Ahlam Zaimi, Abdellah Chicha, Majid Lakroun and Yassine Benhamida!