Six strangers wake up in cells in an underground facility. Their captive decides their fate with the roll of a die.


Dominic James (as Dominic Laurence James)


Domenico Salvaggio (screenplay), Nick Mead (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Pyper-Ferguson ... Jacob Odessa
Emily Hampshire ... Lisa Meridian
Caterina Murino ... Sofia Valenti
Elias Koteas ... Mark Murdock
Patricia McKenzie ... Diane Robinson
Karl Pruner Karl Pruner ... Zach Emmett
Katie Boland ... Melody Chambers
Fabio Fulco ... Robert Moretti
Simone-Élise Girard ... Claire
Bill Croft ... Deakins
Chip Chuipka Chip Chuipka ... William
Frank Schorpion ... Chief Wesley
Peter Miller ... Tom
Paul Hopkins ... Cop #1
Larry Day ... Investigator


Lisa, a gambler who lives for the cards. Robert, a millionaire philanthropist, Mark (Elias Koteas), a cop reaching the end of a gruesome career. Zach, a brilliant psychiatrist. Melody, a teenager battling drug addictions. Diane, a caring nurse whose patients are the only life surrounding her. What do these six people have in common? Something connects them all - each of them is on the road to self-destruction, each is truly lost. And then, something happens: they all wake up in cells in a surreal facility, without knowing how they got there or why. Are they in denial? Are they crazy? What happened? They soon discover they are not alone, when the mysterious Jacob (Pyper-Ferguson) forces them into a disturbing experiment, during which the unwilling participants come to face disturbing truths about themselves and decide each others fate in a nerve racking game of dice. Written by Anonymous

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Open Your Box. Roll the Die. Let Fate Decide.


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Jacob overstates the amount of blood in the human body, especially for a relatively slender woman like Diane. A man of 'average' size will have about five litres of blood in his body, Diane certainly has less. See more »

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Yet another Saw rip-off movie that is actually better then most of the others. Entertaining and worth a watch but nothing new. I say B
21 March 2012 | by cosmo_tigerSee all my reviews

"When you have seen the things that I have seen you begin to live by your own rules." After a group of six strangers wake up in the same room they start to wonder how they got there. When the man that brought them there begins to force them to use a die to decide the fate of each other the group looks for a way to fight back. I have said before that Hollywood is out of ideas. Once one movie hits big the rips-offs begin coming from everywhere. This one is in the vein of the "Saw" franchise. A man forces a group of strangers to face their flaws in order to change things. This one does not have any of the gore that "Saw" did but it does have the same idea. The people that are playing the "game" are not innocents and are forced to choose between who they want to be and who they were. While this is not a bad movie at all it is about the 100th version of "Saw" that I have seen so this is really nothing new. I will say that in it's own way it is entertaining and if you like these type of movies it's worth a watch. Overall, another "Saw" rip-off that is better then most. I give it a B.

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Release Date:

7 July 2011 (Russia) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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2.35 : 1
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