The Precinct (2010)
A photographer with a fear of commitment is subjected to an intense police interrogation that reveals some shocking details about his distant past. Azerbaijan photographer Garib (Zaza Bejashvili) earns a successful living taking provocative photographs. His girlfriend Sabina (Melissa Papel) longs to get married and start a family, but meanwhile Garib accepts a high-profile job in Africa. Later, during a drive through Gobustan, Garib reveals to Sabina that the wedding will have to be postponed. A massive argument ensues, causing their car to go careening off of the road. Though a pair of policemen manages to pull the unconscious couple from the flaming wreckage, Garib and Sabina realize they're in big trouble when they are both lead to a secluded room and questioned with great scrutiny. Over the course of the interrogation, the secrets Garib thought would never be discovered are dragged screaming into the light, leaving him with the choice between admitting his fear of women, or taking it to the grave. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
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