6 strangers are kidnapped and through governmental technology have proof they have all killed before and are told 5 will die this night, one may walk, and the six have 2 hours to decide who gets to live.
When six strangers with unspeakable pasts wake up imprisoned in an abandoned warehouse, they discover they are being forced to participate in an evil experiment; Five must die. One can live. And they have two hours to decide amongst themselves who survives. The clock is ticking and if they don't decide... they all die.
Director Robbie Bryan talked about finding the perfect location in a 2017 interview with the website Daily Dead: "A majority of the film, almost 95%, takes place in one warehouse/gallery type room in Brooklyn, NY. We were going to be shooting in NY because of the tax credit. But the issue was getting a warehouse that we controlled for almost a month. To get this in NYC would most likely prove expensive. If we went outside the city, it would be cheaper, but then we would have to house cast and crew and work with SAG (Screen Actors Guild) guidelines, which would be cost prohibitive. And, of course, the choice of aesthetics. I didn't want it to be a big, dirty warehouse, a la Reservoir Dogs. I wanted something smaller and cleaner, as this is supposed to be a governmental-type facility. We finally found this place in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn with this awesome catwalk that worked perfectly, and we were able to work out a reasonable deal. Since there is so little of the film that takes place outside of that room, we wanted to contrast that with the opening shots, shot in New Rochelle and Rye, NY, with a beautiful opening including fall foliage, to show that we went from a nice normal existence to a sterile, prison-like vibe." See more »
Amazon even did't try
I seen bad TV-movies, really cheap, with budget around maybe 1 000 or 2 000. But this! This something, internet companies like amazon, netflix, hbo - invest good money in series, but original films - one lousy another. This film maybe cost around 200 bucks, and half of that go on food. And maybe actors play for this food. Who knows? But script not so bad, just... call this theatrical play or something, don't sell it like it is a film, because its don't. And Vincent Pastore! Oh my god! What an actor... really, he was ridiculously bad.
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