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After meeting at a nightclub in a Mediterranean resort, seven young adults decide to continue partying aboard a luxury yacht in the middle of the ocean. But when one of them dies in a freak accident, the others argue about what to do, which leads to a ruthless fight for survival. Written by
The opening scene in which the girls hop from bar to bar is clearly shot in Cape Town, South Africa, along Camps Bay promenade. The first bar is Café Caprice and the second is The Grand (previously Opium on the Beach). The beach on which they are sitting when they first meet the boys is on the Atlantic Sea Board as well. See more »
When Tammi sets off the flare at the end of the film she aims it behind her and to the right. When the flare goes off the shadow cast is from the front and the left. See more »
[Saying to stabbed Bluey]
You're gonna be okay. Your lung's filling up with blood. But that's why God gave you two.
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Don't Save Us From The Flames - Superpitcher Remix
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A group of young British men and woman on holiday in Spain go yachting, but things get ugly after one of them turns up dead. This is an amateurish, low-budget thriller that veers from soft-core porn to repellent violence, but is mostly lame, particularly the premise that leads to the first death. It is poorly acted by a group of unknown actors, most making their film debuts. Blackburn makes his feature film debut as director and co-writer but he's in over his head. For non-British viewers, the soundtrack is also a problem if subtitles are not available, as the actors mumble their lines in heavy English accents.
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