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In 1989 the trimaran Rose Noelle set sail from Picton, New Zealand, for Tonga with four men on board. After a freak wave turned the boat upside down, they drifted for 119 days before landing on Great Barrier Island.
There's a solid cast in this slow burn thriller, as the first 30 minutes of the movie are most glacially paced. Lydia (Tricia Helfer) and Creighton (Luke Mably) have agreed to travel to a remote Bahamian island to try and patch up their marital troubles, stemming from an affair that Creighton admitted to.
While having dinner at a neighbor's home on the island, they return to find the villa where they're staying (owned by one of Creighton's clients) has been ransacked and all their valuables stolen. From that point on, all hell will break loose as mayhem and violence ensue, resulting in the couple fighting for their lives.
Some of the plot machinations here are highly implausible, but I thought, overall, the movie was not awful but it was not very good either. To note, there's raw language laced throughout the film and some explicit scenes as well.
Maybe a rental for a very rainy night.
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