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Robert is an ordinary man who is faced with extraordinary circumstances. He is locked in a meat freezer by Russian thugs who believe that he owes them 8 million dollars. Robert, who is in every frame of the film soon discovers that he is not alone in the freezer. Sam, a stranger, is also locked in with him, and it becomes a struggle to survive the cold and the forces that are against them. Written by
When Robert tries to cut the ties on his feet he uses white drums stacked to give height. When cut he slips off the drums and they roll on to their side. When we see the next view they are stacked one a top of the other again. See more »
This movie is not that bad. It is slow but it is worth the watch. If you want to watch a movie that seems to go nowhere until the last scenes then this is one you might enjoy. I enjoyed it because it ended with a good ending. Dylan McDermott was a convincing victim and you could not have known how he was going to resolve his plight. Yuliya Snigir gave a good performance. If you watch the movie to the half way point, then you might as well go the whole route. For those who enjoy a movie with a surprise, you will enjoy this. Stay with it all the way because you will leave it with a smile. There is nothing better than to see a movie end right.
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