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247°F -- When four friends travel to a lakeside cabin for a carefree weekend, the fun turns into a nightmare when three of them end up locked in a hot sauna.
247°F -- Four friends travel to a lakeside cabin for a carefree weekend, the fun turns into a nightmare when 3 of them end up locked in a hot sauna. Every minute counts and every degree matters as they fight for their lives in the heat up to 247°F.
247°F -- Clip: Gotta Get Outta Here
247°F -- Clip: I Hear Bo
247°F -- Clip: What Are We Gonna Do?

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Writers:
Lloyd S. Wagner (written by)
Levan Bakhia (story)
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Release Date:
1 September 2011 (Georgia) See more »
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Every minute counts when every degree matters See more »
Plot:
Four friends travel to a lakeside cabin for a carefree weekend, the fun turns into a nightmare when 3 of them end up locked in a hot sauna. Every minute counts and every degree matters as they fight for their lives in the heat up to 247°F. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Scout Taylor-Compton ... Jenna

Christina Ulloa ... Renee

Travis Van Winkle ... Ian

Michael Copon ... Michael

Tyler Mane ... Wade
Rene Etore ... Beau
Tornike Gogrichiani ... Jamie
Jeremy Inabnit ... Man in Woods
Igor Lukin ... Wade's Double
Ibrahim Idowu ... Club Security 1
Michael Zaalishvili ... Club Security 2
Michael Andrew ... Policeman 1
Beso Natsvlishvili ... Policeman 2
George Dugashvili ... EMT 1
Mamuka Mazavrishvili II ... EMT 2
Vaja Kokrashvili ... EMT 3 (as Vazha Qoqrashvili)

Directed by
Levan Bakhia 
Beqa Jguburia 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Levan Bakhia  story
Beqa Oniani  story
Lloyd S. Wagner  written by

Produced by
Nika Apriashvili .... executive producer
Levan Bakhia .... producer
Irakli Chikvaidze .... executive producer
Levan Kobakhidze .... line producer
Levan Kobakhidze .... producer
David Vili .... producer (as David Patarkalishvili)
 
Original Music by
Beqa Jguburia 
David Laurie 
 
Cinematography by
Vigen Vartanov 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Hollywood 
 
Casting by
Dean E. Fronk 
Gillian Hawser 
Donald Paul Pemrick 
 
Production Design by
Tamar Guliashvili 
Sofia Kharebashvili 
 
Set Decoration by
Lela Davitashvili 
Misha Psuturi 
 
Costume Design by
Tamar Guliashvili  (as Tamuna Guliashvili)
Sofia Kharebashvili 
 
Makeup Department
Nino Bedeladze .... hair stylist
Sophie Machavariani .... makeup artist
Yana Stoyanova .... makeup and hair department head
 
Production Management
Nikoloz Barbaqadze .... production manager
Beso Dzanashvili .... production manager
George Janiashvili .... production manager
Levan Kobakhidze .... production supervisor
Devi Razmadze .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nata Apriashvili .... second second assistant director
Maia Imedashvili .... second assistant director
Ania Khazaradze .... second second assistant director
Elene Kolelishvili .... assistant director
Jaba Melkadze .... second assistant director
Vladimir Mokeriya .... assistant director
Mark Roper .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Nino Daraselia .... property master
Nino Lapanashvili .... set dresser
Mike Maisuradze .... graphic designer
Jaba Melkadze .... storyboard artist
Tinatin Revazishvili .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Rustam Gimadiyev .... foley artist
Arina Knyazeva .... foley artist
Oleg Kulchytskyi .... sound re-recording mixer (as Oleg Kulchytskyy)
Sandro Maziashvili .... boom operator
Artem Mostovoy .... foley artist
Oleksander Sheiko .... sound mixer
Sergey Shtyb .... boom operator
Mikhailo Uhryn .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Sergo Bregvadze .... special effects technician
Mamuka Revia .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Illia Afanasiev .... visual effects supervisor
Viktor Chumakov .... cg artist
Andrey Drogin .... compositor
Yulia Khorishko .... matte painter
Dmytro Kolisnyk .... digital compositor
Oleksandr Kuskov .... cg artist
Oleksii Moskalenko .... visual effects producer
Yanina Nespryadko .... matte painter
Igor Rak .... visual effects technician
Denis Romanov .... compositor
Oleg Tandalov .... compositor
Anton Tytov .... cg artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Irakli Baidavashvilli .... second assistant camera
Bidzina Chkhaidze .... gaffer
Zura Culeiskiri .... dolly grip
Levan Dabrundashvili .... camera operator
Brolashvili Gocha .... first assistant camera
Koba Jakhua .... dolly grip
David Khachaturiani .... grip
Zurab Narimanidze .... electrician
David Odisharia .... second assistant camera
Misha Ramishvili .... electrician
Misha Ramishvili .... key grip
Misha Saganelidze .... grip
Tato Sulakvelidze .... clapper / loader (as Tato Sulaqvelidze)
Zaza Tsomaia .... first assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Madison Chioles .... casting assistant
Rene Moran .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ketevan Eliashvili .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Levan Kukhasvili .... on set editor
Oleksii Moskalenko .... senior colorist
Oleksii Moskolenko .... senior colorist
Nodar Nozadze .... on set editor
Maryna Tkachenko .... colorist
 
Transportation Department
Nodar Gogoshvili .... driver
Koba Khelashvili .... driver
Giorg Mindorashvili .... driver
Tamaz Notoidze .... driver
Vaxo Tatishvili .... driver
 
Other crew
Manana Bakhia .... production accountant
Sean Evans .... marketing and publicity
Vadim Gevorkian .... animal trainer
Maia Imedashvili .... script supervisor
Natia Kavlashvili .... production assistant
Levan Kobakhidze .... production coordinator
Giga Makarashvili .... production assistant
Keti Makarashvili .... production assistant
Beqa Tsintsadze .... location manager
Zuka Tushishvili .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Temur Buzaladze .... special thanks
George Chanturia .... special thanks
Nodar Chumbaradze .... special thanks
Teimauraz Giorgadze .... special thanks
Nanuka Jorjoliani .... special thanks
Nikoloz Khomasuridze .... special thanks
Tornike Nikolaishvili .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"247 Degrees Fahrenheit" - International (English title) (alternative title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for language, a scene of sexuality, some disturbing images and drug use
Runtime:
88 min | Georgia:90 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The true event that the movie is based on happened in Georgia, where this film is made and filmmakers are from. 4 friends were in the sauna, one left for the toilet, locking his friends in - exactly as it is shown in the movie. He never came back, and when he woke up he didn't remember that he left them in the sauna, and started to search for them elsewhere. Fortunately no one died since they managed to turn the heater off, but they had to spend over 10 hours in the decreasing heat, until they were found.See more »
Quotes:
Ian:I don't know. There's something about her. Something about her I like.
Michael:I think the thing you like about her is that she was half-naked.
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Sweating bullets., 7 April 2013
Author: Nitzan Havoc from Israel

As a devout Horror fan, I watch many films of all kinds and sub-genres, and try to make a point of experiencing as many different types as possible. More often than not, I find myself disagreeing with IMDb's reviews and ratings. However, when it comes to this film, I can easily understand why your usual spectator would be unhappy.

Many Horror films fail to achieve the full effect of their potential on account of failing to suspend disbelief, or in other words – even if the acting is phenomenal and the characters are realistic, human and lovable, the presented scenario is too "far from home", esoteric and fantastic to make the audience really relate and imagine themselves in the same situation (for instance, any vampire/zombie/monster film, most torture-porn and even most killer/slasher films). 247°F, on the other hand, suffers from the exact opposite problem – it describes a situation which feels way too ordinary, therefore not scary. Also, if seems very weird and unrealistic for things to escalate so drastically. I mean really – a guy knocks into a ladder, the ladder falls and blocks the door to the sauna while it's on full steam? What's next? World epidemic starting because someone drank milk which was 5 hours past the expiration date?

In a way, the film felt like it was too long, sometimes to the point of boredom. Way too much time spent watching the sauna people sweat to death. However, in a way – it was also too short. Especially with the build-up from the beginning. Having given that much room to Jenna's story, I feel the dialogues between her and Renee were too short, with some drastic out-of-place escalations.

However – I do consider one thing in particular to be sort of an Easter egg for us Horror fan, and therefor a consolation prize. Throughout the film, we see many aspects of the Teen/Slasher sub-genre. The banal rolls of the characters (drunken/stoner jerk, good guy, good girl (troubled) and good girl's hot best friend who's dating jerk) all feel only too familiar, and many of the shots are simply screaming for "psycho-killer emerges from behind-bush hiding and slashes gut". And yet, 247°F is not at all a Slasher. More like a disaster film with some Slasher elements. Not exactly Horror.

Having said that about the screenplay and direction, I think the acting was all it'd meant to be. Same can be said for the cinematography. Also, nice attempts to make the film as close as possible to a single- location-shooting film. I only wish the story would've been better and scarier.

All in all, I can't say I didn't enjoy the film, but I also can't fully recommend it. If you're a devout Horror fan – watch it for the above- mentioned Easter egg. If not – I'd say watch it in order to give it a chance, but I personally won't be telling my friends to watch it.

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