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Everyone's Going to Die (2013)

Two lost souls. One last chance. Melanie's life in a seaside town is going nowhere until she meets Ray, back in town with a shady job to do. A moment's escape becomes a chance to save ... See full summary »

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Melanie
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Ray
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Ali
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Jackie
Liberty Selby ...
Grace
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Laura
Eliza Harrison-Dine ...
Megan
Ellie Chidzey ...
Kate
Dimitrijs Burilov ...
Shop Assistant
Mark Kempner ...
The Mark
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Alex
Jamie Chung ...
Danny
Ionut Paliev ...
Cafe Owner
Dizzy Maggs ...
Hotel Maid
Reuben Perdios ...
Jack
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Two lost souls. One last chance. Melanie's life in a seaside town is going nowhere until she meets Ray, back in town with a shady job to do. A moment's escape becomes a chance to save themselves, and each other. Everyone's Going To Die is a modern British story about coming home, getting by and the redemptive power of feeling you're not alone. A story where porn hotlines rub shoulders with sexy beavers on rollerskates; where the past is laid to rest, two lives are changed and nobody, finally, is going to die. Written by Anonymous

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Two lost souls. One last chance.

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A rare and enjoyable gem !
25 June 2015 | by (Surrey, England) – See all my reviews

With a title like "Everyone's Going To Die' it's tempting to expect a sub-Guy Ritchie piece, but this film confounds your expectations right from the start. it's an (increasingly) rare example of an truly engaging film about people, and relationships and life. The two lead performances are fantastic and the chemistry between them makes you care what happens right from the start, and the script keeps their characters developing both plausibly and unpredictably. This film is laugh-out-loud funny, surprising and surreal, sad and moving in parts...yet always true. It looks beautiful, holds your attention all the way through and sends you away happier than when you went in. "In A World" of clichés, and film franchises, Everyone's Going To Die' is the best film I've seen in a very long time.


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