To escape her abusive boyfriend, Kat joins a wilderness expedition with a group of women, all of whom are struggling with the uncertainty of life. What was supposed to be an opportunity for...
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To escape her abusive boyfriend, Kat joins a wilderness expedition with a group of women, all of whom are struggling with the uncertainty of life. What was supposed to be an opportunity for personal discovery quickly becomes a fight for survival, forcing each one to discover the strength within themselves that they didn't even know they possessed. While being brazenly chased by a pack of predators, the strong quickly set themselves apart from the weak. In a battle of will, stamina, and heart, these very virtues present themselves at the most crucial moment. With death looming, each is left with what is truly important - the strength within oneself.
One of the group is stabbed in the stomach and Kat, a former paramedic, asks for something to lift her feet up. Usual first aid practice is to elevate the wound, ideally above the heart, to reduce bleeding. Elevating the feet would return blood to the abdomen, thus increasing blood loss. See more »
Nothing new here.
Initially there were 3 glowing reviews when I looked at Quarries on IMDb. Suspiciously, no listing on Netflix or Rotten Tomatoes, should have been a giveaway, that this film was probably not worth viewing. Those obviously "planted reviews" convinced me to give it a chance - please don't bother. Predictable plot with deranged men (laughably acted in some cases) chasing women that are not appealing, through the woods with murderous intent. Sound familiar. There's no new story angles here, no plot twists, no character buildup to make you feel any sympathy for the victims. I usually don't bother to review titles, but wanted to provide a service to others not to waste your time watching this garbage.
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