An over-populated, concrete-filled Los Angeles drives Maggie into fear and isolation. On the edge, her cries for change are neglected by her husband Ben. When she turns to her dysfunctional... See full summary »

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Jon Cellini

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Mandy Levin ... Maggie Cavett
Suzy Cote Suzy Cote ... Alex Manning
Brice Williams ... Ben Cavett
David Haydn-Jones ... Kyle Manning (as David Jones)
Beth Navarro Beth Navarro ... Birch
Philippe Brenninkmeyer ... Daniel
John Worsham John Worsham ... Homeless Man
Leah Monnette ... Patron Candice
Jed Rowen ... Patron Mario
Tyler Bush Tyler Bush ... Patron Joe
Corie Vickers ... Gallery Patron
Mike Barber Mike Barber ... Gallery Patron
Kerrie Blaisdell ... Gallery Patron
Mary Thornton Mary Thornton ... Gallery Patron
Heather Robinson ... Gallery Patron
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An over-populated, concrete-filled Los Angeles drives Maggie into fear and isolation. On the edge, her cries for change are neglected by her husband Ben. When she turns to her dysfunctional but affluent friends, Alex and Kyle, they propose an overnight camping trip to get away from the confines of the city and escape to the solitude of the mountains. Deep in the mountains, they encounter a self-proclaimed radical environmentalist, Birch. Although worlds apart, she and Maggie have an undeniable chemistry, encouraging Maggie to find her inner strength. New information sends the foursome on a journey where masks are ripped away and secrets are revealed. Accusations lead to violence, and desperation fuels an irreversible chain of events. Survival is uncertain... Written by Mandy Levin, Producer BananaSeat Films

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Fifty percent of all marriages don't survive. See more »

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21 April 2016 | by yorgosmanolisSee all my reviews

you never know what to expect from a film with a smaller budget these days but this a rare exception. i really enjoyed it. not really sure why it has a low rating. maybe people are just used to that slick look these days. sad considering you don't need bells and whistles to create a great film, just a good story, cast and direction. this has all that. perhaps it could've done with some more interesting camera work and lighting but it felt plausible and i thought the cast did a great job. i usually can predict what happens next in a film but i didn't here. the web just gets more tangled and you're in for the ride. i think cellini wrote a very solid story with some interesting twists and turns. it's quite a good representation of human selfishness, greed and lust and didn't seem clichéd. great film and performances. suspenseful and realistic. totally underrated!


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23 October 2011 (USA) See more »

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Kill You All - Ausflug in den Tod! See more »

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