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In 3 Tagen bist du tot 2 (2008)

In 3 Tagen bist du tot 2 is a movie starring Sabrina Reiter, Andreas Kiendl, and Anna Rot. 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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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Nina
Andreas Kiendl ... Kogler
... Gabi
Julia Rosa Peer ... Mona (as Julia Rosa Stöckl)
Martin Loos ... Gust
Helmuth Häusler ... Hans (as Helmuth A. Häusler)
Philipp Rudig ... Josef
Barbara Weber ... Gerti
... Sandra
Michou Friesz ... Elisabeth
Elmar Drexel ... Werkstättenleiter
Joseph Holzknecht ... Postenkommandant (as Josef Holzknecht)
David Göbel ... Kunde Plattenladen
Maverick Quek ... Chinese
Soogi Kang ... Chinesin


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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25 December 2008 (Austria)  »

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3 jours à vivre 2  »

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€2,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Jörg Buttgereit had been asked to write the screenplay, but his draft was rejected. See more »


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If the first part was up to international standards, then the sequel is, too...
30 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

...in that sequels are always a little worse than their predecessors. "In 3 Tagen bist du tot 2" is a desperate attempt to repeat the success of part 1 by cashing in on the title. Other than a few characters returning, this movie has nothing to do with the story that it is supposedly continuing (the most glaring omission being the fact that no one in this movie ever gets a text message saying that the receiver of the message will die within the following three days).

Fair enough. If they got an interesting story to tell, why not use an already popular name to sell it, right? The problem is that the story isn't very interesting at all. The first half of the movie is extremely tedious, the second one is filled with clichés. There are hardly any surprises at all. How many more times are we supposed to jump at the old trick where something terrible appears in the mirror from one shot to the next? How often do we need to see a steadicam-around-the-waist-shot à la Aronofsky?

On the plus side, though, director Andreas Prochaska does get a few things right again. The cinematography is beautiful and Prochaska really knows how to elaborate on the creepiness of old cottages in the mountains, right down to the harsh sociability of a meal of speck and Schnaps or some old soccer stickers on the wall. As he did in part 1, Prochaska presents the Austrian countryside as a place where horrible crimes could take place (made all the more believable by current events such as the abduction and abuse of Natascha Kampusch or the Fritzl family).

In the end, "In 3 Tagen bis du tot 2" may not be the most memorable horror movie, but it is another honorable effort at putting Austria on the horror-map. If it helps to create an interest in the genre among Austrian movie financiers, I'm all for it.

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