- 95 min
- Directed by: Noel Clarke
- Cast: Noel Clarke, Ian Somerhalder, Brian Cox
- UK release: 4 July 2014
A former soldier is taken captive and awakens in the back of a van where he learns that he only has a few moments to figure out how he got there.
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In the future, time is of the essence.
A traumatised ex-soldier (Noel Clarke) wakes up in the back of a moving van with a young boy held captive beside him. So begins a stylish game of cat-and-mouse played out against a futuristic backdrop where mind control is employed alongside cutting edge bio-technology in the fight between good and evil. This ambitious science fiction thriller sees director-actor Clarke using a clever premise to his advantage, constantly refreshing the high tension as the plot unfolds and keeping the exhilarating action moving with his impressive, bone-crunching fight sequences.
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Reviews & features
The Anomaly19 Jun 2014
Noel Clarke's sci-fi puzzler squanders an interesting premise with repetitive action
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