It's morning as five people- former flat mates and old friends - wake up in a remote tramping hut. Some of them are feeling the effects of the walk to the hut while others are feeling the effects of previous night's party.This weekend is a celebration of their friendship - it will be the last time they will go out on their annual 'tradition' of an adventure trip. Their lives await them on their return to civilization. Belinda is still struggling with the recent suicide of her sister, Emily. Consoling her is her fiance, Rajit - the butt of old flat jokes, and eager to move on. The feisty yet insecure Zara, who has accepted a job overseas but has some unfinished business with one of her friends. Chris, the slacker - a lawyer, of all things, for whom this trip holds a cruel finality. And Henry - 'old mother Hen' - who is still young at heart and a ladies man to the core , tries to come to terms with girlfriend - Emily's death. Old behaviors and dynamics - and rivalries - surface. Emily's... Written by
Amit Tripuraneni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Chris, Wait... What's the rush?
It's the constitutional - push the body to free the mind.
Wanna hear something crazy? I almost swear I dreamed this last night.
Here we go!
I'm serious!It's like Deja Vu
Then maybe that's what it is... Come'on stop stalling. I don't want to miss breakfast
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I just finished watching this and all I have to say really is it wasn't worth the $1 rental from the local video shop! I'm amazed that I made it through to the end, I think I need paying for achieving this. It was a bit like watching some teenagers scare story from around the camp-fire brought to the screen with all the cliché, predictability and lack of thrill those types of stories have. It was sold with the catchy little ' for lovers of David Lynch' above the title so yes my expectations were high but David Lynch has: Originality Artistic Depiction Implied Menace and perhaps most of all it leaves the audience something to think about. This piece of Kiwi garbage was more Blair Witch than Twin Peaks perhaps preferable for the lack of hand-held nausea inducing shots but derivative drivel none the less DREADFUL
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