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Dead in 3 Days 2 (2008)

In 3 Tagen bist du tot 2 (original title)
One year ago, Nina survived the attacks of a serial killer. She wants to flee from these memories but one call at night recalls all memories and she is again in the middle of a murder mystery.

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Andreas Prochaska
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sabrina Reiter ... Nina
Andreas Kiendl Andreas Kiendl ... Kogler
Anna Rot ... Gabi
Julia Rosa Peer Julia Rosa Peer ... Mona (as Julia Rosa Stöckl)
Martin Loos Martin Loos ... Gust
Helmuth Häusler Helmuth Häusler ... Hans (as Helmuth A. Häusler)
Philipp Rudig Philipp Rudig ... Josef
Barbara Weber Barbara Weber ... Gerti
Franziska Weisz ... Sandra
Michou Friesz Michou Friesz ... Elisabeth
Elmar Drexel Elmar Drexel ... Werkstättenleiter
Joseph Holzknecht Joseph Holzknecht ... Postenkommandant (as Josef Holzknecht)
David Göbel David Göbel ... Kunde Plattenladen
Maverick Quek Maverick Quek ... Chinese
Soogi Kang Soogi Kang ... Chinesin
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One year ago, Nina survived the attacks of a serial killer. She wants to flee from these memories but one call at night recalls all memories and she is again in the middle of a murder mystery.

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Horror | Thriller

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Jörg Buttgereit had been asked to write the screenplay, but his draft was rejected. See more »

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Follows Dead in 3 Days (2006) See more »

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A Rare Case
23 August 2011 | by roland-spindlerSee all my reviews

A rare case of the sequel surpassing the original.

Admittedly - in this case this was not too hard. "In 3 Tagen bist du tot" was a formulaic teenie slasher that only genre fans will find entertaining. Part 2 however is a completely different animal. It is not a rehash of the same plot. Part 1 merely provides the back story for part 2 to unfold a gripping suspense thriller.

It's not Shakespeare, mind you. The story is not exactly intellectual and you still have all the classic horror shock effects and lots and lots of gore. On the other hand the setting is so down-to-earth that it becomes almost believable at times.

The final half hour is what transforms this movie from "good sequel" to "really good movie". A horror movie usually makes you guess who the bad guy is. This one makes you doubt who the good guy is. Terrific! If you liked part 1, then definitely check out this one. If you did not like part 1, still check out this one. The only excuse I'll accept is that you don't like horror at all.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

25 December 2008 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

3 jours à vivre 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Ebensee, Upper Austria, Austria See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

EUR2,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$779,680
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Production Co:

Allegro Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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