The Free Movie of the Day on the JoBlo Movies YouTube channel today is the prison thriller The Brig, directed by Sergi Arnau

On the JoBlo Movies YouTube channel, we will be posting one full movie every other day throughout the week, giving viewers the chance to watch them entirely free of charge. The Free Movie of the Day we have for you today is the prison thriller The Brig, and you can watch it over on the YouTube channel linked above, or you can just watch it in the embed at the top of this article.

Written and directed by Sergi Arnau, The Brig has the following synopsis: Imprisoned Arnold Drexler decides to expose the organization behind his crimes in order to reduce his 15-year sentence. His lock-up triggers a domino effect of retribution and violence from his cell-mates. Soon Drexler finds himself caught in a web of corruption that leads all the way to the prison’s core.

The film, which was originally going by the title Lone Wolves, stars Fred Adenis, Carlos Reyes, José María Blanco, Octavi Pujades, Carlus Fàbrega, Hermann Bonnín, Joan Massotkleiner, José Antonio Marín, Paco Moreno, Joel Minguet, Mont Plans, Martí Peraferrer, and Pau Barredo.

A Spanish production, The Brig marks the feature writing and directing debut for Arnau, who previously made a couple short films. Arnau hasn’t made another film since working on The Brig four years ago, so we’ll have to wait and see if or when we’re going to be getting a second Arnau feature.

In the meantime, take a look at The Brig – it’s free! – then let us know what you thought of it by leaving a comment below or on the YouTube page. Would you like to see Sergi Arnau write and direct another film?

The movies that have previously been featured as the Free Movies of the Day can be found at THIS LINK, and also on the JoBlo Movies YouTube channel.

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