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If you have ever thought about taking up rock climbing as a hobby Brit thriller A Lonely Place To Die, released on Blu-ray and DVD this week, might make you think twice. Director Julian Gilbey, best known for the brutal Rise Of The Footsoldier, takes influence from wilderness thrillers such as Deliverance, First Blood and The River Wild to deliver a gripping suspense film that may be one of the best British films of the year.

A group of five mountaineers are climbing in the remote Scottish Highlands when they make a horrific discovery: a young girl buried in a small chamber, with only a small air pipe to the surface keeping her alive. She is terrified, dehydrated and half-starved. Deciding they must get her to safety, the group embark on a dangerous and nerve-wracking descent.

Unwittingly, they’ve taken charge of a valuable bounty and are being hunted down »

- Chris Wright

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