A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.

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Georgia Patchett
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Willow Patchett
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Raymond
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A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.

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Three armed men. Five female hostages. First they were victims. Then they got even.

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13 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Invasão da Casa  »

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plot? you mean you need a plot for a movie?
10 October 2004 | by (NSW, Australia) – See all my reviews

That about sums it up: zero story. Okay, make that one percent. The rest is summed up by the title. Some blokes try to steal a car from a woman at her home but things go pear shaped when a security patrol catches them at it. They have no choice but to take the woman, her daughter and her friends hostage while they decide what to do. All they really do is talk about it and nothing really happens until the final act. The acting is certainly nothing special: the girls just scream hysterically and the terrorists just play their respective roles. You've got the smart one, the nutter who goes psycho a few times and the dying one. There's nothing remarkable about this film except that it's very ordinary indeed.


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