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A husband and wife, whose marriage is built on shifting sand, find themselves imprisoned by a sadistic killer - forced to make choices that will ultimately determine their family's survival or demise.



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Credited cast:
Tina Johnson
Michael Johnson
Dark Figure
Caleb Johnson
Jeff East ...
Ryan Lefebvre ...
Bill Johnson
C.J. Newton ...
Teenage Caleb
Nate Foxworthy ...
Young Michael
Tina's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Brink ...
Construction Yard Worker (as James D. Brink)


Tina Johnson and Michael Johnson have a son, Caleb, but they live an unhappy marriage. They are distant to each other and Michael has a love affair with his secretary Sarah. One night, Tina and Michael buy a derelict building that Michael expects to fix to make money. While showing the large space to Tina, they are surprised by a sadistic stranger and are tortured along the night. Who might be the stranger and why is he doing this to the couple? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Hold onto yours



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12 April 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Der letzte Atemzug  »

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$200,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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After searching for months for the right location Aaron Laue found the Warehouse that would be the crucial location of the film less than 3 miles away from his and Tys home. See more »


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Such a thought-provoking movie

Ty Jones and Aaron Laue have put together a film that has both mass appeal and makes a moral statement. The payoffs for so many plot elements make paying close attention totally worth it.

I thought the acting was really fine and the storyline kept me leaning forward in my chair. All three leads -- Ty Jones, Aaron Laue and Mandy Bannon brought honesty and commitment to their roles. And it's always a blast to see Jeff East on screen. There really isn't a false moment in the film.

I hope we see more from these terrific filmmakers. With so much gratuitous violence and well, crap out there, seeing an indie that carries a strong message and conveys it so cleverly is so refreshing. Keep going, Ty and Aaron!

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