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A Lonely Place to Die (2011)

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A group of mountaineers in the Scottish Highlands discover a kidnapped girl and are pursued by her captors.

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Jenny
Garry Sweeney ...
Alex
Holly Boyd ...
Anna
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Eric Barlow ...
Sergeant Gray
Jamie Edgell ...
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A group of five mountaineers are hiking and climbing in the Scottish Highlands when they discover a young Serbian girl buried in a small chamber in the wilderness. They become caught up in a terrifying game of cat and mouse with the kidnappers as they try to get the girl to safety. Written by Carnaby International

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Out there, there's nowhere to hide


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Rated R for language and some strong violence | See all certifications »

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2 November 2011 (USA)  »

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A Lonely Place to Die - Todesfalle Highlands  »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)

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$176,801 (UK) (9 September 2011)
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While filming one of the mountain climbing scenes, a boulder came crashing down, almost landing on the crew below. See more »

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When Alison starts throwing items at the intruder, the number of knives shown on the wall change from 5 to 3 and back to 5. See more »

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Mr. Kidd: [to someone dying of gunshot wounds] You feel that? That's the price of your nobility... hurts doesn't it?
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Over the credits home made footage shows Alison's party in previous climbing adventures See more »

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Featured in Bad Movie Beatdown: Reckoning Day (2011) See more »

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By Yon Castle Wa'
written by Heather Heywood
Arranged and Performed by Sophie Ramsay
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Obstacle course of heart pounding thrills
12 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What's to me has been a pretty lackluster year for gripping thrillers A Lonely Place To Die is a refreshing and well executed one that has a solid payoff. The acting was solid from everyone though their accents kind of got in the way and was distracting and sometimes hard to understand but the highlight here was Melissa George in her best leading performance yet. The balance of themes like survival, kidnapping/ransom, stalk and kill, cat and mouse, revenge and action was stellar and close to perfection and though most of that is all too familiar by now it hasn't been as effective as this one in as long as I can remember. When it gets down and dirty it doesn't hold back and I'm not saying that it's overly graphic but just very intense and suspenseful which is most of the time way better than a splatterfest but just good old fashioned. The filming of the raw, haunting atmosphere was fantastic and has edge, it was breathtaking in intensity and beauty and the fact that it jumps to different locations and not stay at one the whole time added to the thrill in a roller-coaster ride of a chase and fight for safety in a lonely place where no one can here you scream, very harrowing stuff. Overall this is the best thriller of the year and deserved to be a wide theatrical release because to me it puts the wide released ones like Drive, Hanna and the Straw Dogs remake to shame, studios back this one up now so it can get a proper wide release that it should certainly earn. Recommended! 7.5 out of 10


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