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Twenty Twenty-Four (2016)

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A lone scientist maintains an underground bunker for the coming global nuclear disaster. But after becoming prematurely isolated, he slowly begins to question his own reality and whether he... See full summary »

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Richard Mundy

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Richard Mundy
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3 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Andrew Kinsler ... Roy
Peter McCrohon Peter McCrohon ... Mr. Rand
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A lone scientist maintains an underground bunker for the coming global nuclear disaster. But after becoming prematurely isolated, he slowly begins to question his own reality and whether he is truly alone. Director Richard Mundy's immersive psychological thriller, is a tense and unsettling nightmare you'll never be sure you've woken up from.

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Terror in the 21st Century See more »


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UK

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English

Release Date:

5 February 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

2024 See more »

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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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A predominantly electronic musical score exists for Twenty Twenty-Four written by the same composer. The electronic score was replaced by experimental music featuring various instruments performed by the composer. See more »

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Roy: If it wasn't for me they'd all be dead. No Plethura, no safe haven, nothing.
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Tense Psychological Thriller
23 February 2018 | by JasonL84See all my reviews

An extraordinary British independent film, with unique visual style, immersive sound and disturbing music. Twenty Twenty-Four could have easily been a below average attempt at low budget sci-fi, with shiny surfaces and ambitious CGI, but it's far from it. It offers something more like Alien, with tension building scene by scene and mystery lurking around every corner. It becomes more tense as events become more strange... it's a film that makes you psychology feel isolated and trapped. I thought the acting performance was incredible - one man in a vast bunker complex with only a computer/AI console for company (Arthur). A must watch for indie film fans.


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