The colliding lives of two strangers who find themselves washed up on the same beach.





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A young woman finds herself onto a desolate beach and tries to find out the how and why of her immediate life. Along with a lost memory, to further complicate her situation a man who she discovers washed up on the same beach attacks her. Fighting to stay alive she goes on the run from the stranger and desperately tries to piece her memory back together. Criss-crossing through the savage coastline and a claustrophobic London setting she finds her answers in an unrelenting world where spies, betrayal and obsession are the daily currency and identity is as shifting as the tides. Written by Anonymous

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Some things are washed up for a reason.







Release Date:

28 August 2009 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Partra vetett  »

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£3,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Lost on the shore
21 November 2012 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Rachel (Shauna Macdonald from 'The Descent') is a spy who becomes a scientist's girlfriend to report on his inventions later to Kemp (Jamie Draven from 'Ultimate Force'). Grace (Alex Reid, who was in 'The Descent' AND 'Ultimate Force') spies on the spies for another spy with huge glasses. To make things even more confusing, the story is told backwards, beginning with Grace almost drowning, and then revealing in flashbacks why she was pushed in the water, and where, and by whom. On top of that circular narrative method, Grace becomes Rachel for half of the running time in a case of shifting identities, probably because she observed her to such a degree she starts to identify with her (admittedly this is partly an interpretation, not a summary), but to cut a long story short: what we get here is an actually rather simple story, but told in such a cunning, complicated, yet fascinating way you might believe you're watching an episode of 'The Prisoner'.

I was occasionally wondering if I should feel slightly cheated, but I must say, in the end I enjoyed the movie very much. A desolate landscape, haunting music, excellent actors and an overwhelming feeling of mystery made it worthwhile. Mind you, for the budget of that flick you can't buy a used car these days. And when you are working in the Bond & Bourne genre, you have to be very careful not to try any silly action scenes, but instead put the emphasis on the characters, and that worked perfectly well. It got the blues.

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