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Headhunter: The Assessment Weekend (2010)

A motley group of business students in Berlin, Germany sign up for Takahashi Corp.'s assessment weekend, hoping to land one of the coveted spots with the consulting company. Under the ... See full summary »

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Keith Blaser
Jesse Inman
Niels Kurvin
Alexander Laurisch
Shannon Lower ...
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Thomas Pagels ...
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Maverick Quek
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A motley group of business students in Berlin, Germany sign up for Takahashi Corp.'s assessment weekend, hoping to land one of the coveted spots with the consulting company. Under the watchful eye of a company psychologist, the team-working and improvisational skills of the aspirants will be put to the test in a survival-type situation. But nothing goes according to plan - the group arrives to find the base camp completely destroyed. Trapped in the woods with no food, no shelter and no way to communicate with the outside world, the real characters of the students come to light, as one by one, they start to lose their heads... Written by Anonymous

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How far would you go to get ahead?

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20 August 2010 (Germany)  »

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An enjoyable film
6 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There are certain films that we automatically select upon review for screening at Horror UK's 28 Hours Later Film Festival, they have to be of a very high quality.

The Assessment is one of these films. We loved it because, put simply, it's a film that you can sit down and watch - and enjoy.

It's not the type of horror that you hire so that you can laugh at how bad it is, it has a solid script, great acting and the cinematography works really well.

The Assessment is a winner of our 'bloody good film award', which means that it was a good all-rounder.

Joe Jenkins (Director, Horror UK)


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