Unthinkable is a 2010 American thriller film directed by Gregor Jordan and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Sheen, and Carrie-Anne Moss. The movie was released direct-to-video on June 14, 201012. The film revolves around the controversial subject of torture. Here’s a brief overview of the plot: An American man and former Delta Force operator, Yusuf, creates a videotape where he threatens to detonate three nuclear bombs in separate U.S. cities unless his demands are met. FBI Special Agent Helen Brody and her team investigate after seeing news bulletins about Yusuf. They discover that Yusuf’s tape is genuine and decide to use extreme measures to extract information about the bomb locations. A special interrogator, known as “H”, is brought in. He demonstrates his capability and cruelty by inflicting harm on Yusuf. As the situation escalates, Brody acts as the “good cop,” but Yusuf reveals that he anticipated torture. Yusuf’s demands include the cessation of support for puppet governments and dictatorships in Muslim countries and the withdrawal of American troops from all Muslim countries. The group dismisses the possibility of meeting his demands, citing the U.S. government’s policy of not negotiating with terrorists. Brody accuses Yusuf of faking the bomb threat, but he eventually admits it was all a ruse. Tragically, their investigation leads to a shopping mall bombing that kills 53 people. Angry and horrified, Brody confronts Yusuf once more.