Kristen Stewart's role as US guard 'Amy Cole' in Peter Sattler's 'Camp X-Ray' is a far-cry away form her days as wannabe vampire 'Bella' in the film franchise 'Twilight', but the actress is triumphantly praised for the portrayal.
Kristen Stewart needn't be worried of being typecast following her role as 'Bella' in the teen vampire romance film-franchise 'Twilight'. The 23 year-old has a full transformation, like her fans have never seen her before, as she stars in the gripping drama 'Camp X-Ray'.
Kristen Stewart as US guard 'Amy Cole'
Peter Sattler wrote and directed the film, which also stars Peyman Moaadi, John Carroll Lynch, Lane Garrison and Joseph Julian Soria, and it is set on the temporary detention facility Camp X-Ray on Guantanamo Bay.
Stewart plays rookie US guard 'Amy Cole' who is from a small American town and joined the military to discover something much more significant than what she already knows. But Cole son finds herself in a psychological conflict as she befriends a male prisoner 'Al'i (Peyman Moaadi), who has been detained there for eight years.
The film follows their growing bond and, between the constant taunts, insults and humiliation from other prisoners, Stewart's character begins to become affectionate towards Ali.
Kristen on set of 'Camp X-Ray'
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