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All the characters were chartered accountants in the original first draft of the script. See more »
When Leaven figured out that adding up the digits in the numbers gave her their coordinates in the cube, she would have almost immediately noticed that the coordinates were not in sequence from one room to the next (since the rooms were shifting). See more »
This is art. Plain and simple, art. This film reminds me of Memento, a very low-budge film that is better than 95% of the high-budge films out there. Why? Because it relies on the story and the quality of acting to make it great, not C.G.I. and overpaid mainstream actors. Not only is it a well presented thriller, it's also a study of the breakdown of human emotions and sanity when kept in solitude outside of one's comfort zone. The cube tests the characters' ability to function and work together in alien territory while in constant imminent danger. This is just a brilliant film made by a brilliant writer/director. This movie is a must for any lover of psychological thrillers. - Rob
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