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The Clinic (2010)

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While traveling across country with her fiancé, Beth wakes alone in an isolated clinic to find her unborn baby has been removed. Just how far will she go to get her child back?

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James Rabbitts

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James Rabbitts
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tabrett Bethell ... Beth
Freya Stafford ... Veronica
Andy Whitfield ... Cameron
Clare Bowen ... Ivy
Marshall Napier ... Marvin
Elizabeth Alexander ... Ms Shepard (as Liz Alexander)
Sophie Lowe ... Allison
Boris Brkic Boris Brkic ... Hank
Marcel Bracks Marcel Bracks ... Duncan
Adrienne Pickering ... Jane Doe
Slava Orel Slava Orel ... Russian Man
Inga Romanostova Inga Romanostova ... Russian Woman
Harold Hopkins ... Grave Digger
Anni Finsterer ... Locker Room Woman
Bob Marcs Bob Marcs ... Police Officer #1
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While traveling across country with her fiancé, Beth wakes alone in an isolated clinic to find her unborn baby has been removed. Just how far will she go to get her child back?

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Rated R for bloody violence and some language | See all certifications »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Clínica See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Filmed in Deniliquin. See more »

Goofs

The Chinese restaurant visited shows an 8-digit telephone number for the business. Australian phone numbers were made up of 7-digits until 1995. See more »

Quotes

Officer Underwood: Went to the Sky Dragon, came back, fiancée's gone.
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A good film marred by an annoying score
21 August 2011 | by Nick ClohessySee all my reviews

This is an interesting film. The writing is solid enough and the acting is fine. The biggest drawback for me was the score. It is overly emotional and often the emotion being displayed on screen by the actors was being overshadowed by the overly emotive score. There were several instances where silence would have been perfect, rather than the single female voice wordlessly singing notes, which was overly used to the point of exhaustion.

The story is interesting. It takes a little while to get going and when it hit's it's stride it is a steady jog rather than a sprint. However, this pacing suits the film as the relationships between the characters needs to be established for the film's premise to truly work.

You can see that this film took inspirations from others. One which immediately sprang to mind was the Saw franchise, although with no traps and much less gore. More a case of being placed in a situation with limited information available to you and having to survive. So I guess in that way it is more like Cube. Overall it is a film which I would recommend, however NOT if you are a pregnant woman!


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