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Salvage (2009)

When a container washes ashore the residents of a sleepy cul-de-sac are plunged into violence, terror and paranoia. Ring fenced by the military a single mother must overcome all the odds to save her daughter.

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Beth
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Kieran
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Clive
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Jodie
Trevor Hancock ...
The Savage
Shahid Ahmed ...
Mr. Sharma
Kevin Harvey ...
Akede
Paul Opacic ...
Corporal Simms
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Sergeant Major
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Trooper Jones
Alan Pattison ...
Peter Davis
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Pam
Jessica Baglow ...
Leanne
Jake Norton ...
Newsreader
Kyle Ward ...
Paperboy
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When a container washes ashore the residents of a sleepy cul-de-sac are plunged into violence, terror and paranoia. Ring fenced by the military a single mother must overcome all the odds to save her daughter.

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Small but perfectly formed (or nicely nasty!)
22 June 2009 | by (Edinburgh, UK) – See all my reviews

A great addition to the flavour-du-jour domestic danger sub-genre (cf. Right At Your Door, The Strangers, Ils) as a small Scouse (that's Liverpool, non-UKers) neighbourhood finds themselves besieged by a mysterious murderous malcontent.

This features all one could hope for from such a movie - flawed (jut like us) yet likable (er, just like us) characters (take note Eli Roth), suburban slaughter, a threat more hinted at than seen, with a side-order of allusions to domestic terrorism and sinister soldiers skulking to add some spice.

I caught this flick a sweltering screening at the Edinburgh International Film Fest but if there's any justice in this bad old world then it'll be at a cinema near you in the not too distant!


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