Synopsis: Jon Stewart's directorial debut follows the story of Maziar Bahari (Gael García Bernal), a Iranian-Canadian journalist that covers the Iranian 2009 presidential elections. He is then arrested by Revolutionary Guard police, and spends 118 days in prison. While in prison, Bahari is questioned by a man called by "Rosewater". He is accused of being a spy after his appearance on The Daily Show. Bahari is later released on $300,000 bail and a promise that he would be a spy for the government.