2 items from 2009
A film from first time director Mark Tonderai "Hush," focuses on moral responsibility, human trafficking, and the love between central characters Beth and Zakes. Receiving financing from the UK Film Council and currently being distributed through North America by IFC Films "Hush," is a tightly wound thriller that primarily utilizes action sequences in place of dialogue to tell a tale of human depravity. Intense throughout the film offers well executed action sequences and a flair for the imaginative in ninety-one minutes flat.
The plot and story mostly revolves around characters Beth (Christine Bottomley) and Zakes (William Ash) who, unbelievably, encounter human trafficking on the English M-1. After witnessing a woman caged in the back of a generic white lorry Zakes reports the incident to police, but carries on as if business as usual. This scene hints at the films underlining message that each of us, the viewers, have a moral »
- Michael Ross Allen
Writer-director Mark Tonderai's feature debut Hush hits UK theaters on March 13th and Total Film has a look at the trailer for this cat and mouse flick right here . William Ash stars as a man in pursuit of a trucker who has kidnapped his girlfriend. Christine Bottomley and Andreas Wisniewski co-star. The trailer teases a film that seems to borrow a lot of elements from Duel and Joy Ride , still, give it a look and we'll keep you posted when U.S. release information becomes available. »
2 items from 2009
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