Four participants sign up for a mysterious medical test.

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Alastair Orr
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Credited cast:
Brandon Auret ... William Hunter
Clive Gilson Clive Gilson ... Colin Norton
Craig Hawks Craig Hawks ... Reece
Christien Le Roux Christien Le Roux ... Megan Donovan
Ryan Macquet Ryan Macquet ... Jake Butler
Alex Radntiz Alex Radntiz ... De La Rossa
Nic Rasenti ... Briggs (as Nicolas Rasenti)
Ingeborg Riedmaier Ingeborg Riedmaier ... Samantha Foxx
Justin Strydom Justin Strydom ... Le Roux
Michael Thompson Michael Thompson ... Dominic Black
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Storyline

Everyone has an Expiration Date. Four applicants, with their own hidden agendas, are accepted by a mysterious corporation to participate in a medical experiment at an isolated testing facility. With no instructions and no supplies, the human lab rats must fend for themselves and figure out what part of the experiment each one is playing. When the corporation becomes aware that a pregnant intruder has infiltrated the facility, they send in armored guards to clean up the mess. However, loyalties are tested when the guards learn the truth about the experiments and begin to turn on the corporation. Hidden truths about the different players and why they all signed up for the tests are revealed as their situation becomes increasingly dire. Written by Anonymous

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Everyone has an expiration date. See more »


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The location was an abandoned government facility in South Africa. See more »

Goofs

The timestamp on the security camera footage is always at 5 hours, 38 minutes and 40 seconds even though it is shown on multiple occasions that take place over several days. See more »

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William Hunter: You'd better start talking. Or I'm gonna cook the girl and I'm gonna cook the baby.
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well made
12 October 2013 | by mark-mcburney-1313See all my reviews

This is a well made and well acted film though the sound editing almost ruins it. At times it is nigh on impossible to hear what the actors are saying because the music is so loud and playing over the dialogue in far too many scenes.

However, the story is quite well thought out in both premise and execution, the setting obviously helped with the small budget. The actors were very good in their roles even if the story limited any real examination of their characters.

I rated it as a six which may seem high considering the sound problems but I would look forward to seeing any future films from the same writer, director and a few of the actors.


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Country:

South Africa

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 2014 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Rancid See more »

Filming Locations:

Johannesburg, South Africa

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Budget:

$70,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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