When Joshua Licet wakes up with his wife missing he must decide whether to lock himself in his house for forty days and 40 nights of torture or to leave her to die.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sean Boncato ...
Hidden Character
Kathleen Coggins ...
Joanie
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Joshua Licet
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Dental Assitant
Richard Falcon ...
Marshall
Todd Gearou ...
Anger Management
Leslie Goodman ...
Krystine Parker
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Hidden Character
Kelly Kehoe ...
Hidden Character
Matthew Lengerich ...
Albert
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Samatha (as Lauren DeLong)
Damien Mitchell ...
Hidden character
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Rebecca Licet
Batzi Reynolds ...
Tom
Marcus D. Shelby ...
Rodger
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Storyline

Joshua Licet leads a normal life, with a normal job and a normal wife. But when he wakes up one morning with his wife missing and a puzzle to solve we find out his life is not so normal. Joshua Licet must reconnect with his life and discover a puzzle of lies and deception about himself, his wife and his family in order to stay alive for 40 days and nights while he must live through starvation and horror. Written by Anthony Falcon

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Your home is now your nightmare!

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Horror | Mystery

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15 January 2007 (USA)  »

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99 Gheteye Puzzle  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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1.85 : 1
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Falcon lost 20 pounds in 17 days starving himself for the movie. See more »

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Bad at every level
28 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The premise of this movie is that the husband and wife characters are trapped and forced to solve a puzzle to save their own lives. The problems with this movie are: Bad script, even worse actors, and a very nasty looking production. It tries really hard to copy the Saw movies but the result is like taking NightQuil. The villain has a fake Jigsaw voice but doesn't offer any real gore or fright. Basically this movie is psychological torture of the audience if anyone managed to stay awake. The ending felt like the writer struggled to end a story without plot--It piled on more nonsensical story line to justify the awful experience the audience just endured.


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