Dude, at least take out the "Forward" carets before you send me your query.
>Logline: An intense thriller about a young man accused of rape on a
>night he has no memory of and his attempt to try and survive his own
>experience of rape in jail whilst the truth is sought on the outside.
>First Act: At the beginning of the story we see our main character, a
>young man who after a night out in a night club, wakes in the morning
>with not much memory of the night before, and is confronted with the
>hangover of being accused of rape. After the court hearing goes against
>his favour he is convicted for a long stretch behind bars.
>Second Act: As there is a race for his release with the help of his
>father and his lawyer, his reception among some of the fellow inmates,
>is less than hospitable and also to his horror, far too intimate.
>However he is made an offer for protection from his roommate that he
>can't refuse. His protector knows nothing of the truth for why he is
>behind bars, which is just as well from his passionate hatred for
>rapists from previous experience with what happened to his sister.
>Third Act: Our leads two conflicts of being in jail and surviving in
>jail are both given a twist, one for the good and one for the bad.
>As at the same time it is discovered that he is innocent of his
>original charge, however at the same time his protection in jail is put
>under threat as it is revealed what he is in jail for. Thus there is a
>race for his release as he becomes extremely vulnerable towards the
>climax of the film. The resolution leaves our lead with complete shock
>as to his luck of the climax in relation to his original accuser.