USA Japan, 2002, 115min
: Gore Verbinski
Naomi Watts, Martin Henderson, David Dorfman, Brian Cox, Jane Alexander, Lindsay Frost, Amber Tamblyn, Rachael Bella, Daveigh Chase, Shannon
Sounds like another of the incredible stories. There is a video tape full of images as cut out from the most pressing dreams. There, where it was played, will soon phone with a warning that one who he saw, he will die in exactly seven days. Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts), a reporter of a renowned newspaper, naturally refuses to believe such fanciful information, but when it comes to the mysterious and inexplicable death of four teenagers decides to come out of the whole thing to the bottom of this, because one of the "victims" was her niece. It's not at all easy, but in the end she tape gets, and she reflected, with her little son and the phone is actually the next moment the bell rings. It remains only seven days and nights, to with friend Noah (Martin Henderson) has found a way to save himself and his only son. They have no idea how long, death and despair veiled way, with Noah will have to go. The basis of this project became the japanese film horror director Hideo Nakaty who was into asian cinema presented in January 1998, and literally overnight became a cult title in the country vycházejícícho the sun (Ring). He had all the necessary essence of a good creepy image, which will accordingly increase the level of adrenaline in the blood and literally pressed into the seats in the movie theater said director Gore Verbinski, who is the audience introduced to the comedy MOUSE HUNT. Let us add that the film's story CIRCLE, veiled up to the mysterious secret, is transposed to contemporary America and to an extraordinary credibility and authenticity, they provide him, in addition to carefully elaborate the script and convincing acting performances, and great visual effects.
: Horror Mystery Thriller