Release date: 2014
This is widely touted as an “Eli Roth presents” vehicle, which is all well and good but I am left – having watched the film – with the distinct impression that it is relying on that connection to sell itself. The film itself is flawed – and in one way that flaw is almost fatal.
This is a shame as the film itself has some level of interesting (if under explored) premise. It was shot, I understand, in Chile but is set in a small Canadian harbour town. The setting does actually suit the film.
|Lorenza Izzo as Ana|
|Luis Gnecco as De Luca|
|Nicolás Durán as Peter|
|facing the sun|
|Cristobal Tapia Montt is the Stranger|
The imdb page is here.