France Spain, 2010, 95min
: Rodrigo Cortés
Ryan Reynolds, José Luis García Pérez, Robert Paterson, Stephen Tobolowsky, Samantha Mathis, Ivana Miño, Warner Loughlin, Erik Palladino, Kali
170 000 square miles of desert, 90 minutes of oxygen. There's no way out. Your fate is never sealed... Paul Conroy (Ryan Reynolds - The Amityville Horror
], Blade: Trinity
]) is a civilian worker in Iraq, where he is kidnapped and buried alive - so we can briefly summarize the riveting horror thriller from the workshop of Spanish director Rodrigo Cortés (Red lights
]). The story of a man imprisoned under the earth, where it has available only a mobile phone and a few other things, is filmed very suggestive and thrilling way with places to documentary accuracy. It seems that his destiny is to be buried alive, but that is not going to reconcile and is determined to fight to the last moment... the Logic going on here is related to the genre of thriller and not on whether such a situation could in Iraq to occur. An outstanding representative of the central role, with Ryan Reynolds, his performance can do an hour and a half to keep the pace and attention of the viewer. In the film, there are interesting socio-political questions, inviting to the reflection of the armed conflict not only in this arab country. Already at its launch at the festival in Sundance the film received an enthusiastic reception.
: Horror Mystery Thriller