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In the not too distant future, people struggle to survive their greatest enemy, the sun.

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Tim Fehlbaum

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Tim Fehlbaum (screenplay), Oliver Kahl (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lilo Baur Lilo Baur ... Französin
Marco Calamandrei Marco Calamandrei ... Franzose
Lisa Vicari ... Leonie
Lars Eidinger ... Phillip
Hannah Herzsprung ... Marie
Stipe Erceg ... Tom
Hans-Peter Recktenwald Hans-Peter Recktenwald ... Flüchtiger
Yoann Blanc Yoann Blanc ... Sohn Micha
Christoph Gaugler Christoph Gaugler ... Brückner
Angela Winkler ... Bäuerin
Nino Böhlau Nino Böhlau ... Flori
Ellen Schweiger Ellen Schweiger ... Oma
Lutz Pretzsch Lutz Pretzsch ... Anton
Luca Winkler Luca Winkler ... Jens
Tammo Winkler Tammo Winkler ... Toni
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Three friends -Französin (Lilo Baur), Franzose (Marco Calamandrei) and Leonie (Lisa Vicari)- living on a hot world due to the rise of temperatures head to the mountains, on the way the will encounter more than one obstacle. The first one will arrive on an oil station where they will meet an hostile men who will try to steal something of their car while searching for supplies on the inside of the oil station. Once gone, in the middle of the way they will be get trapped on the road and while part of the team search for oil on a car one of them will be abducted by a group of others men. Then, the real problems will just have started. Written by Salvador Morales León

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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »

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Country:

Germany | Switzerland

Language:

German | French

Release Date:

10 July 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Apocalypse See more »

Filming Locations:

Corsica, France See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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First German film to win the grand prize at Fantasporto. See more »

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99 Luftballons
Written by Karlo Carges and Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen
Performed by Nena
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Stake-Land meets The Road, an original post-apocalyptic film!
19 January 2013 | by nitzanhavocSee all my reviews

Tim Fehlbaum, Screenwriter and Director of "Hell", has sure taken a difficult and unrewarding challenge upon himself: to make an original post-apocalyptic film, and a good one. And despite what those who enjoy complaining would say - he has done a pretty good job!

Unlike most films, "Hell" keeps things disturbingly realistic, portraying a world in the near by future where global warming has made temperatures dangerously high. All the too-familiar motives of such films are there - scavenging for food/gas, water as the highest currency, some people turned to savages by the harsh reality, distrust and bonding, all of it. And even so, after The Road, I Legend, Book of Eli etc etc, Hell still proved to be very enjoyable. It even has some vampire-films motives, especially "Stake-Land".

Acting, screenplay, cinematography, all weren't innovative, but still good. All in all I've always enjoyed the more realistic post-apocalyptic films, and Hell is definitely one worthy of watching!


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