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SubHysteria (2010)

Sixteen people get stuck in a subway car in NYC for several days, without communication, hope, way to escape, and a fatal sensation that they are going to die. A raw display of human behavior when one confronts the possibility of death.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Lavrenti Lopes ...
Faisal
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Ariel
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Cam
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rebeca Aleman ...
Isabella
Quadiri Bolare ...
Ethan
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Camila
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Celeste
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Sally
Elaiza Gil ...
Mariana
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Hannah
Shannon Lower ...
Jamie
Tommaso Matelli ...
Dylan
Kate Michaud ...
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Camilo
Javier Perez-Karam ...
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Sixteen people get stuck in a subway car in NYC for several days, without communication, hope, way to escape, and a fatal sensation that they are going to die. A raw display of human behavior when one confronts the possibility of death.

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subway | stranded | one word title | See All (3) »

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Taking the subway will never be the same.

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Drama | Thriller

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14 May 2010 (Venezuela)  »

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$130,000 (estimated)
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Director Leonard Zelig asked the actors, the day before principal photography, to bring a surprise prop. "As I'll be surprising you with every scene we do. I think is just fair if you surprise me from time to time". See more »

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What a great, honest and genius film!
19 May 2010 | by (Venezuela) – See all my reviews

I've been waiting for this film for months, well, the wait was worthy.

This is an unique Venezuelan film, that shows how with next to nothing, but guts, you can make a great, great movie.

Since the tap at the beginning, you know what you're about to watch an honest piece.

I couldn't believe it was improvised. I really loved the concept from the get go and now that I watched it, I have anything but admiration for the team that make this film possible, The photography was beautiful, the sound outstanding! (rare in a Venezuelan film). The characters are very well presented and the acting is pretty much awesome for being improv.

I felt inside that metro car, suffering with the characters, it was shaky, it was tough, it was raw. A movie that make you sense all this, is simply great.

Kudos to subHysteria, a movie that will change the face of the Venezuelan cinema!


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