It also includes footage from the creation of the film, and Hayes's emotional first visit to the prison set.
According to a memoir from Trump aide Stephanie Grisham, during the 2019 G20 Summit, United States President Donald Trump asked the Turkish president whether he'd seen the film Midnight Express.
They struggle until Hamidou is killed after being pushed into the wall, his head impaled upon a coat hook.
Jimmy goes alone and is caught, then brutally beaten.
During Billy's trial, the prosecutor makes a case against him for drug smuggling.
It opened in New York on 6 October 1978 before opening nationwide in the United States on 27 October.
He describes his experiences and expresses his disappointment with the film adaptation.
It is strong and uncompromising stuff, made bearable by its artistry and the saving awareness that Hayes, at least, slipped free and lived to tell the tale.