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Disaster hits when two teenagers are caught in a fire on the 20th floor of a skyscraper. Their parents are on the 60th. Will they survive the flames?

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Cast

Credited cast:
Claire Forlani ... Brianna Bronson
Jamie Bamber ... Tom Bronson
Riley Jackson ... Anne Bronson
Isaac Rouse ... Ben Bronson
Nigel Barber ... Lucas Beaumont
Atanas Srebrev ... Eric Steele
Nathan Cooper ... Paul
Lorina Kamburova ... Adria
Delly Allen ... Natasha Vila
J.R. Esposito ... James
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yonko Dimitrov Yonko Dimitrov ... Fireman
Michael Fleming Michael Fleming ... Fire Lieutenant Nick
Eva Ilieva Eva Ilieva ... Model girl
Bobo Kacharmazov Bobo Kacharmazov ... The photographer
Emilia Klayn Emilia Klayn ... Michelle Minor
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At the 20th floor of a skyscraper, a gas leak has started a fire. Anne and Ben Bronson, two teenage kids, are trapped in a fiery inferno 20 storeys above the ground, while the fire is spreading throughout the entire building. From the 60th floor, their parents, Brianna and Tom, who were about to sign their divorce papers, will have to fight together to save their family from the flames. Even if Brianna is a brilliant structural engineer, will she find out a way to stop this uncontrolled fire ?

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2017 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Inferno See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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€2,000,000 (estimated)
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My Review Of "Inferno: Skyscraper Escape" aka "Crystal Inferno"
30 June 2018 | by ASouthernHorrorFanSee all my reviews

The story lacks originality and follows well established tropes with villainous corporate types, wholesome archetypes and just-add-wickedness mayhem. A real Syfy ready summer flick. The one positive and strong exception to this slightly mundane premise is the female lead of Supergirl/Wonder Woman heroine-ness of Claire Forlani'mother/professional character. Sadly the miss use of Jamie Bamber was a obvious disappointment, to equal Forlani.

The special effects are the typical display of scaled-down practical tricks that one expects from this level of disaster movie blended with lower budgeted CGI effects. This doesn't mean that the film is bad or cheap, just didn't want to equate "Inferno: Skyscraper Escape" to the Syfy channel, but yeah this one would work beautifully on their lineup. The effect have ample quality and impact with only a mild drop in CGI quality.

Overall the movie gives a straight-to-Redbox, low budget performance that works as far as action entertainment value for fans of microbudget disaster/action flicks. There is a strong female lead that plays to the heart of the story. There is some superbad acting and some melodrama that falls flat but for what it is, "Inferno: Skyscraper Escape" is a decent flick that should satisfy fans of this type film.


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