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A boy wakes up below a cliff, bloodied, with a gun in his hand, and chained to a man who lies beside him... He stresses hard to remember what happened, and soon the puzzle of the days events come back to him. The story begins.

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Robert Render ...
Mr. Andrews
Anthony Boyle ...
Keiran Flynn
Kenny Thompson ...
Hunter
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Leo Clarke ...
Kidnapped Child
Caroline Burns Cooke ...
Liz Andrews
Chiara Dickson ...
Waitress
Vivian Jamison ...
Joan Flynn
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A boy wakes up below a cliff, bloodied, with a gun in his hand, and chained to a man who lies beside him... He stresses hard to remember what happened, and soon the puzzle of the days events come back to him. The story begins. Written by George Clarke (x)

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Co-star Caroline Burns Cooke had previously won the award for Best Actress at the 4th Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival in 2012. Director George Clarke and her wanted to work together soon after that, and Onus Chapter 2 became the perfect opportunity. Caroline's parents were originally from NI so she took on the challenge of playing her role with an NI accent. See more »

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Don't waste your time
15 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Seriously, such a badly made film. Do not waste your time watching it. Spend some time with your loved one instead. The story doesn't hang together at all - nothing really happens & so much is not explained. And huge amounts of time spent just watching the characters without anything going on. There is no way that you can understand anything until about the last 2 minutes, by which time you have died of boredom. You spend most of the movie lost & confused, just like the characters in the movie.


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