Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Question: Why are the prisoners not allowed to talk to each other in Guantanamo bay? Is it to keep them from planning escapes?

Answer: The Guantanamo prisoners are all perceived terrorists, presumably working in coordination. It's essential that they not communicate with each other, so as to prevent them from leaking info about U.S. security.

Charles Austin Miller

I think it's also to prevent the prisoners from planning attacks on the guards.

How would they leak information about U.S. security? Most people in the Middle East have no knowledge about U.S. security.

Because people are occasionally released, and whether terrorists or not, may have information others would find valuable - about what goes on in Guantanamo Bay, if nothing else.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Answer: I guess it is more likely to be for the isolation feeling of not talking to anyone. It is like deprivation sleeping, some kind of psychological thing.

tipar

Continuity mistake: When Harold and Kumar arrive in Texas, the rear license plate on their car is a Texas plate. The car's front plate is from Virginia when they are in front of the whorehouse. The rear plate changes back to Virginia once they get to the house.

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New this month Trivia: This film was originally produced as a direct-to-video movie, as the first film sold very well on DVD. However, the decision was eventually made to release it theatrically. It ended up grossing nearly twice what the first film did.

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