The movie “The Shawshank Prison” tells the story of a man who murdered another man and, at the same time, was also the victim of a murder in prison. The man is named Frank Schaffer David D, a man with a history of violence. The man, when he is released, becomes a very different person, but he still is a threat to society. He kills another inmate, Tommy Clark (Joe Mantegna), and then flees to Shawshank prison where he becomes the victim of another brutal attack.
In Shawshank prison, Frank has to struggle with his past and the guilt he feels over the killing that led to his incarceration. Because of this, Frank will do almost anything to escape from Shawshank, but he finds himself being lured back into crime once more. When Frank attempts to escape again, he ends up in another prison, where he is the victim of another violent attack.
The crime thriller of “The Shawshank Prison” is a great way for people to get a good idea about the life of a man like Frank Schaffer David D. There are many great scenes where the movie tells us how a man will react to an emotional or psychological situation, as well as how he thinks. The scene involving Frank’s relationship with his brother and his mother is a particularly emotional and suspenseful scene, as it depicts how a family can be torn apart, resulting in the death of a loved one. Overall, “The Shawshank Prison” is an amazing crime thriller that is full of twists and turns that keep viewers glued to their seats until the end.