A Lonely Place To Die

A Lonely Place To Die
A Lonely Place To Die




97 minutes


Action and Adventure



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The tension is relentless in this British edge-of-your-seat thriller in which a climbing expedition in the Scottish Highlands turns into a lethal cat-and-mouse game for five unfortunate friends. It’s the result of a shocking discovery they make in the wilderness: an eight-year-old Serbian girl who’s been buried alive. Naturally, the quintet decides to rescue the terrified youngster, unaware that she’s part of an elaborate and seriously twisted kidnap plot. Suddenly, group leader Alison and her bickering mates don’t just have the deadly mountain terrain and its heart-stopping drops to deal with, but also armed individuals who'll do anything it takes to prevent them reaching safety. With vertigo-inducing camerawork and adrenalin-rush pacing, this survival tale will keep you gripped!

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Contains strong language and bloody violence.

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