Fermat's Room

Fermat's Room
Fermat's Room

Year

2007

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

Spanish (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

If you've ever wanted to see what happens when someone decides to spice up the Da Vinci Code with nail-gnawing horror, then this fiendish thriller is for you. The mysterious Fermat invites a group of arrogant intellectuals together to help solve a labyrinthine logic puzzle. Alarm bells don't ring when the foursome are told to turn up at a strangely isolated warehouse, but certainly do when, after being locked inside, they are given a series of brain-scrambling conundrums that, when they fail to answer each one in under a minute, the walls start to close in, threatening to crush them all. Your homework may start looking like less of a hassle after this.

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15 Classification

Contains strong threat and menace, and strong language.

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