Thriller • R • 2018 • 1 hr 26 min
More intimate and intense than Gyllenhaal’s more grandiose remake. Its single location setting used remarkably to tell its thrilling tale.
Compelling, well thougt-out and cleverly executed. It manages to make the most out of its simple story taking place in just one setting.
It show you how we can judge wrong.every secony you realize you were wrong in last second.and all of this nice story is in one location!
You may have seen the remake of this movie, but it's definitely nothing like the original version, which I think is very well made.
Amazing how a low budget movie can take your attention with only a dialogue and basicly one room where it all happens!
Soooo much better than the Hollywood remake, loved it, really exciting concept!
How can they make a calling the dispatching center a fantastic cinematographically experience.
Aah, the feeling of absolute helplessness when the only thing you can do is sit and wait - the movie.
Stressful is a weak word to describe this engaging (and painful) thriller.
Relentless and claustrophobic. Doesn’t outstay it’s welcome and the lead absolutely crushes this performance. I was hooked the whole time
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