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Infidel (2020 film)

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Directed byCyrus Nowrasteh
Produced by
  • Darren Moorman
  • Cyrus Nowrasteh
Screenplay byCyrus Nowrasteh
  • Jim Caviezel
  • Claudia Karvan
  • Hal Ozsan
  • Stelio Savante
Music byAndreas Gutuen Aaser
CinematographyJoel Ransom
Edited byJanie Gaddy
Distributed byCloudburst Entertainment
Release date
  • September 18, 2020 (2020-09-18)
Running time
107 minutes
CountryUnited States

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Infidel is an Action/Adventure Film directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh and starring Jim Caviezel and Claudia Karvan. This is the second film Nowrasteh directs Jim Caviezel. This is the second film which Nowrasteh[1] directs Jim Caviezel. The first film was released 12 years earlier and was entitled The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008). It was a box office failure, only grossing $637,421 domestically with a $115,053 opening weekend in 27 theaters.[2] Both films deal with corruption in the Middle East, and, more specifically, in Iran and the Iranian regime. Moreover, in both films Jim Caviezel plays a journalist whose rights are infringed upon and violated by the Iranian antagonists.[3]

It had a limited release in November of 2019,[4] after it was completed in 2019. It was filmed in Jordan[5] in 2018 and has a release date of September 11th, 2020.[6]


An outspoken American journalist, played by Jim Caviezel, is kidnapped by members of the Iranian regime while he is in Cairo, Egypt making speeches.[7][8] He is then taken to the Middle East and put on trial for erroneous and phony spying charges.[9] His wife (Claudia Karvan), a State Department official, tries to use her influence to get the American government involved.[10] She wants the US government to get her husband back. However, she soon realizes that the American government will not get involved.[11] So, she is forced to go to the Middle East to search for him herself.[6]


  • Jim Caviezel as Doug
  • Claudia Karvan
  • Hal Ozsan
  • Stelio Savante
  • Bijan Daneshmand an Dr. Hosseir[12]
  • Isabelle Adriani as Maria Landi
  • J.R. Cacia as Sgt. Knebel
  • Nadeem Srouji as Larijani
  • Noor Taher as Meena


The film was picked up by Cloudburst Entertainment and has a release date set for September 11th, 2020.[13][14][15] It will also be distibuted by D'Souza Meida.


  1. "Talk Story with Director Mark W. Travis".
  2. "The Stoning of Soraya M. (2009)".
  3. "Infidel - Trailer".
  4. "Infidel Release Info".
  5. "Infidel CommingSoon".
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Infidel". on The Film Catalogue
  7. "'Passion of the Christ' actor Jim Caviezel returns to the silver screen for 'Infidel' — a film about the realities of Christian persecution".
  8. "Infidel Trailer".
  9. "Cloudburst Entertainment Nabs 'Infidel' Thriller Starring 'Person Of Interest' Alum Jim Caviezel".
  10. "Jim Caviezel - Infidel, release scheduled for 2019".
  11. "May Content Highlights: American Cinema International".
  12. "Stelio Savante, Currently Starring In Netflix's 'Running For Grace', Signs With SMS Talent".
  13. "Cloudburst Nabs 'Infidel' Starring 'Person Of Interest's' Jim Caviezel".
  14. "Infidel is coming to theaters".
  15. "Cloudburst Entertainment Nabs 'Infidel' Thriller Starring 'Person Of Interest' Alum Jim Caviezel".

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