The Box

The Box
The Box




111 minutes


Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller



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Have a look at almost any newspaper in the world and you'll be able to work out a stark equation - one death on the doorstep gets the same amount of attention as at least a thousand across the ocean. This clever film uses that idea that remote deaths don't ''count'' as a starting point - a mysterious stranger offers a couple a $1 million with the condition that someone they've never met will die as a consequence. Of course, their easy money turns out not as free of strings as they thought in this tricky and clever thriller.


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Contains moderate horror and psychological threat.

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