Prison Break: The Final Break

Synopsis: Two lovers have been through hell and back fighting for their lives. When they finally attempt to start a life, one is apprehended by the FBI for a murder that was actually self-defense. In prison, she becomes increasingly vulnerable. After a beat down from the guards and a bounty for her head, her husband reunites with old friends and attempts 'The Final Break'.
Director(s): Kevin Hooks, Brad Turner
Production: Fox Home Entertainment
89 min

You ready?

Didn't think I'd be

this nervous.

Now or never.

Alright, papi,

let's do this.

He's over there.

You must be


Your friend,


tells me you could

use my services today.

Very much so.

And I assume that's

the other half of your team?

You look beautiful.

Thank you.

And it's my understanding

you'd like to keep this simple?

We've never actually managed

to keep anything simple...

You could try.


Let's begin then, shall we?

Family and friends,

we gather here...

to celebrate the union between

Michael Scofield and Sara Tancredi.

- Sorry to break up the party.

- What the hell's going on?

We have

an arrest warrant.

- What?

- Wait, wait, wait.

We talked to

Agent Paul Kellerman in D.C.

We've settled this

with the feds.

We settled this with

the feds weeks ago!

Sir, back up!

- We were exonerated.

- Sir...

- We were exonerated!

- Back up!

We're not here for you.

We're here for her.

She didn't do anything.

She wasn't involved.

Don't make this


Sara Tancredi,

you're under arrest for

the murder of Christina Hampton.


She didn't kill


Funny. Surveillance camera

footage says different.


- Please, right this way.

- Michael.

- Second car, please.

- Michael!

- Second car.

- What's going on?

Back up, please.


The Old Ball And Chain

They're not gonna

let me see her.

Why did Kellerman send you

if you can't do anything?

They're trying

to break both of you.

Look, she has a constitutional right

to reasonable visitation.

I'll draw up an order to show cause

and get it before the judge immediately.

While you're at it,

- can you argue in self defence?

- How?

Anything that might help her

is out of frame.

Security camera only shows Sara

stepping up and firing at the victim.

- Pull the trigger, Michael.

- Drop... the gun!


- She worked for the Company.

- To you.

To a jury, she's Christina Hampton,

Technology Consultant.

And because she was so good

at hiding her true identity,

we can't

prove otherwise.


you were all exonerated.

It did not sit well

with law enforcement.

If they can make Sara

pay for it, they will.

How much time

is she looking at?


Over here.





This one's yours.

Am I supposed to be

in a different facility?

I don't think so.

I haven't been convicted

of anything yet.

I'm supposed to be in a jail.

This is prison.


and budget cuts, fish.

This is the jail.

That's the prison.

'Sup, homie?

You need some help?

You got everything

you need over there?

Why don't you go help

and make her bed?

Don't let them spook you.

They just like to intimidate.

They are good at it.


This jail-prison

hybrid thing's B.S.

Come on.

The other one's

practically empty.

You can ride it out

to your court date there.

Thank you.

Here. This should be a little bit

more comfortable for you.


What's going on?

You know...

At first,

I couldn't place your name.


It sounded so familiar.

But then, Haggs here,

figured it out.

I remembered your pretty face

from the papers.

You're not

going anywhere, fish.

This is going

to happen.

Half a dozen guards

lost their jobs and pensions

at Fox River.

Another dozen

were put on probation,

after you decided

to leave

the door open

for your boyfriend

and his seven convict pals.

And we...

ain't gonna let anything

like that happen again.

Don't worry,

we won't hit

the baby basket.

That's right.

Looked like that welcome wagon

ran over your face.

It looks

that way, huh?

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Paul Scheuring

Paul T. Scheuring (born November 20, 1968) is an American screenwriter and director of films and television shows. His work includes the 2003 film A Man Apart and the creation of the television drama Prison Break, for which he was also credited as an executive producer and head writer. more…

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