The vehicle that was the basis for the Monolith is a 5th generation Ford Explorer. See more »
When Sandra is shown driving on open roads in the exterior shots, in the interior shots the outside area is residential with buildings. See more »
Hi um, thank god! I had an accident and my son is locked in the car I need help.
[the auto recording of the phone operator continues]
No what? No no! Fuck!
[Sanda hits the power station phone and hangs up]
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I have just finished watching this motion picture. And I have to say that the number of scathingly negative reviews tends to surprise me.
I start with a comparison and contrast, which I would have not thought before I would be willing to make now. There is this DUNKIRK across cinemas presently: a film critically acclaimed, lauded, appreciated, etc., and so on and so forth. And there is this TRAPPED CHILD.
The latter attracted my interest from start to finish never being boring - despite obvious flaws and imperfections. The former I found so unwatchably tedious - despite big budget production values - I turned it off after about 20 minutes. By the by, if I wish to learn history, I see a documentary, not a feature.
All in all, TRAPPED CHILD is an entertaining, optically attractive thriller (if only I knew where the scrapped 747 comes from - but that is a minor quibble).
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