The Disappearance Of Alice Creed
Directed by J. Blakeson
On a suburban street two men seize a young woman and shove her into a waiting van. All supplies are in place: mattress, rope, gag, handcuffs, guns. Their location is secure. Their steps are untraceable. Their ransom money is within reach. But the kidnappers made one fatal miscalculation: their target is Alice Creed. The spirited daughter of a millionaire, Alice isn’t going to play the perfect victim without a fight.
On a suburban street two men seize a young woman and shove her into a waiting van.
Cast: Gemma Arterton, Eddie Marsan, Martin Compston
There seems to be a trend with this “Toronto.night” user. All his posts are offensive and obnoxious. Gonna contact Shudder about this tomorrow. Although it is entertaining to see him make such an ass out of himself.
x cellent , Marsan delivers as always the others keep it tense also....so well paced , tension, twists, perfect little package...mimimalists dream....
WOW. 3 PPL. NO EXTRAS. AMAZING STORY. TOP TO BOTTOM. MUST WATCH.
This film shows what can be done with a minimalistic amount of actors, no special fancy visual effects and simply a solid, character-driven story! A refreshing change of pace! Well done!