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  • NR
  • 2013
  • 1 hr 22 min
  • 5.1  (1,766)
  • 21

K-11 is a drama-thriller film released in 2012, directed by Jules Mann-Stewart. The plot revolves around the life of a record producer, Raymond Saxx Jr. (played by Goran Visnjic), who has been wrongly convicted of murder and sent to K-11, a section of the Los Angeles County Jail reserved for inmates who identify as LGBT. The film takes its name from the section of the jail in which it is set, which is known as K-11.

The film begins with Raymond waking up in a drug-induced haze to find himself in a cell in K-11. He discovers that he has been imprisoned there as a result of a drug deal gone wrong, set up by his assistant, who blamed Raymond for the death of a police officer during the incident. Raymond does not identify as LGBT, but as a result of the jail's strict segregation rules, he must share a cell with transgender inmate Butterfly (played by Portia Doubleday).

K-11 is run by a corrupt hierarchy of prisoners, with a transwoman named Mousey (played by Kate del Castillo) as the de facto leader. The inmates are subjected to abuse and degradation by the prison guards, and are often forced to perform sexual acts in exchange for protection or favors. Raymond learns to adapt to life in K-11, forming bonds with other inmates, including a transgender sex worker named Sausage (played by Bree Michael Warner) and a former child actor named Detroit (played by D.B. Sweeney).

As Raymond spends more time in K-11, he begins to unravel the truth about the corrupt system that runs the jail, with help from Mousey and other allies. He also learns more about himself, and begins to see beyond his initial prejudices towards the LGBT community. The film explores themes of identity, power dynamics, and the importance of solidarity in the face of institutional oppression.

Overall, K-11 is a gripping and intense drama-thriller that offers a nuanced portrayal of life in a section of the prison system rarely seen on screen. The film features strong performances from its ensemble cast, particularly Goran Visnjic and Kate del Castillo, and is elevated by its thoughtful exploration of complex themes. Despite its heavy subject matter, K-11 ultimately offers a message of hope and resilience in the face of adversity.

K-11 is a 2013 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 22 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.1 and a MetaScore of 21.

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