And Soon The Darkness (Blu-Ray)

Release Date: 07 March 2011 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Two beautiful Americans embark on a trip of a lifetime through the glorious landscapes of Argentina. But their idyllic journey takes a violent turn when one of them disappears... A terrifying thriller, starring Odette Yustman (The Unborn, Cloverfield, Transformers) and Amber Heard (The Ward, Drive Angry). A pair of young travelers, Ellie and Stephanie, break away from their boring tour group to discover Argentina in pursuit of breathtaking scenery, adventure and fun. They reach the town of Alemana, where beneath the sumptuous landscape lies a dark secret. Despite rumours of local girls recently going missing, the pair head for a noisy bar to celebrate their last night and help give Ellie closure from her recent breakup. The next day the two girls fight and Ellie disappears. Now all alone, in an unknown country, Stephanie instantly senses that her best friend is in great danger. Who can Stephanie trust and moreover who must she fear? Stephanie follows a trail of sinister clues in an attempt to find her friend. But time is running out, and soon the darkness will fall.

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Region B
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2010
Main Language: English
Release Date: 07 March 2011
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

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Product Reviews

Hard hitting and violent but undeniably exciting

Kidnappings of backpackers and the like are, unfortunately, news these days, so no one can say it's not realistic or topical. The tension stays all the way to the end.