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Monk3ys (2011)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 4 October 2011 (UK)
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Voluntarily locked in a cell for 48 hours with no restrictions and no outside help three emotional archetypes battle for psychological supremacy before they can be destroyed by their own weaknesses.

Director:

Drew Cullingham

Writer:

Drew Cullingham
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jonnie Hurn ... Dougie
Rob Oldfield ... Stevie
Ian Virgo ... Nathan
Rosanna Hoult ... Trish
James Fisher ... Adam
Aj Williams Aj Williams ... Cormac
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Abbé Fisher Abbé Fisher ... Shadow Monk3y
Jay Fisher Jay Fisher ... Shadow Monk3y
Sarah Hutton Sarah Hutton ... Shadow Monk3y
Ian Manson Ian Manson ... Chav Monk3y
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Locked in a cell for 48 hours three emotional archetypes battle for psychological supremacy before they can be destroyed by their own weaknesses. Subjects of a perverse scientific experiment they are left unobserved with no rules, no boundaries and no chance of help. Captured on video the result is a three-way Darwinian fight for survival in a Draconian prison hell. The resulting film was sent anonymously to the Metropolitan Police. Copies were also allegedly sent to major distributors and sales agents within the film business. Monk3ys is a dark satire on the deep psychosis that lays deep in us all and the industry that exploits it for entertainment. Written by Anonymous

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Three Egos. Two Days. One Room. No Rules. Think inside the box

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Thriller

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Not Rated

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Jaw dropping and incredible
2 October 2013 | by elkane85See all my reviews

Wonderful film! My jaw dropped at one point and didn't close until the credits. VERY well done film! The camera work is really well done. They incorporated the use of multiple types of cameras flawlessly. Acting wise, this group was top-notch. I especially loved the three main characters. The Scottsman was such a "real" character to me. I believed all of their performances but his stuck out the most in my mind. The acting was spectacular. I loved seeing this film on the big screen. I still can't believe how it ended. I am now a fan of this film production company. Can't wait to see what else they come up with! Disparado films knocked this one out of the park!


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4 October 2011 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Battersea, London, England, UK

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Elephant Features See more »
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