Release Date: 21 March 2011 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
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Eliott Gast (Jason Behr, The Tattooist, The Grudge) is an American businessman. In a world where the U.S. is mistrusted, where bankers are despised and where capitalism teeters on the brink of collapse, Gast is guilty of at least one thing; success.

But that success makes Gast the target for a group of anti-globalisation extremists who kidnap him and broadcast his imprisonment over the Internet. After initially treating him well, his captors, led by a man known only as Blackbeard (Joe Ferrara, Elizabeth The Golden Age), begin to systematically deprive Gast of each of his senses. Through his nurse and liaison to the group Nim (Emma Catherwood Holby City, The Reeds) Gast learns that he will only be freed when the viewers of his ordeal have donated enough money to his captors to buy his freedom.

In the face of his intractably painful, terrifying, and ultimately numbing predicament, Gast finds himself slipping further and further into a meditative reflection on his past, and particularly on the joys and deceptions of his sense-saturated life before captivity. Through the fascinating, disturbing ordeal of Eliott Gast, Senseless traces the precise boundaries of empathy, searching for humanity in the digital era.

This stunningly original and utterly terrifying story, based on the novel by Stona Fitch, has been brought to the screen in unflinching detail by the BAFTA award winning director Simon Hynd.

"Utterly unforgettable"
Dead by Dawn

"A remarkable and deeply disturbing work ... left me shell-shocked"
nonesuchhouse blog

"Brave and shocking ... boldly provocative"

"Simon Hynd’s film is a small masterpiece"
The Filmdatabank

'A superb white-knuckle thriller which blended extreme violence with complex ideas about terrorism, globalisation and internet voyeurism.'
Doug Johnstone, Independent on Sunday
- Virus – a short film by Simon Hynd
- Director’s Commentary
- Out-takes
- Alternative Trailers
Release Date: 21 March 2011
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.

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Catalogue No: ISIS1008