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Death of Me (2020)

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A vacationing couple must discover the mystery behind a strange video that shows one of them killing the other.


Ari Margolis (screenplay), James Morley III (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maggie Q ... Christine
Luke Hemsworth ... Neil
Alex Essoe ... Samantha
Kat Ingkarat ... Madee (as Ingkarat Kat Jaraswongkosol)
Kelly B. Jones ... Kanda (as Kelly Bronwen Jones)
Caledonia Burr Caledonia Burr ... Nathida
Chatchawai Kamonsakpitak Chatchawai Kamonsakpitak ... Dr. Anuman (as Chatchawan Kamonsakpitak)
Sahapoom Totrungsup Sahapoom Totrungsup ... Cabbie
Tanapath Singamrath Tanapath Singamrath ... Capt. Kriang Krai (as Tanapath Si-ngamrath)
Olivier Paul Varry Olivier Paul Varry ... Chef (as Oliver Paul Varry)
Saengkham Chanthawong Saengkham Chanthawong ... Ram (as Saengkham Chantawong)
Irada Ritsira Irada Ritsira ... Faceless Woman 1
Tannapat Sirimat Tannapat Sirimat ... Faceless Woman 2 (as Thanyapat Sirimat)
Katria Louise Reed Katria Louise Reed ... Faceless Woman 3
Somjai Hmanbut Somjai Hmanbut ... Fisherman


Vacationing on an island off the coast of Thailand, couple Neil and Christine awake hungover and with no memory of the previous night. They find footage on Neil's camera, and watch, horrified, as Neil appears to murder Christine. With twenty-four hours until the next ferry and a typhoon threatening the island, Christine and Neil attempt to reconstruct the night's events -- and are snared in a web of mystery, black magic, and murder. Written by Production

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True love takes sacrifice.

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Rated R for violence, gore, sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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This film was completely shot in Thailand. See more »


During at least one radio broadcast, the incoming storm is referred to as a typhoon. Typhoons are only formed over the Northwest Pacific Ocean. See more »

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Had potential but turns into a mess pretty quickly
6 October 2020 | by jtindahouseSee all my reviews

I'm a big fan of Darren Lynn Bousman. He directed the second, third and fourth instalments in the 'Saw' franchise and played a big role in making it what it was. He's also had some other gems along the way like 2010's 'Mother's Day'. Unfortunately 'Death of Me' is not his strongest work. In fact it's the weakest thing I've seen him put forward. The concept actually had potential which is the disappointing thing, but the way they went about structuring this movie was just horrific.

The movies opens with a very strange and intriguing scene. It left me excited for what the movie had to offer. Then as each revelation slowly came to light the movie became less and less interesting, until around the halfway point where it completely lost me. I tried to remain invested but it was just too hard. If it were not for Maggie Q's performance in the lead role, which she actually gave everything she had to, this movie would've gotten a lot lower rating than a 4/10 from me.

I sometimes see terrible movies that are set on tropical islands and wonder whether they get the stars they do to appear in the movie by the promise of working in paradise for a few months. It's the only way I can imagine them getting Q and Luke Hemsworth to sign on. This is not one I can recommend sadly.

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Release Date:

2 October 2020 (USA) See more »

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