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USA 2022
produced by
Devanny Pinn, James Cullen Bressack (executive), Brian Perera (executive), Yvonne Perera (executive), Jarrett Furst (associate), Vernon Wells (associate) for Snow Leopard Entertainment, Sandaled Kid Productions, JCB Pictures, Multiverse Cinema, Cleopatra Entertainment
directed by Brandon Slagle
starring Devanny Pinn, Vernon Wells, Venus DeMilo Thomas, Shadow
story by James Cullen Bressack, screenplay by Robert Thompson, music by Fernando Perdomo, special effects makeup by Oliver Poser

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's been five years since Abby (Devanny Pinn) has last spoken to her father Grant (Vernon Wells), but now that she's pregnant - and quite a bit along - she makes pretty much a last ditch effort to make up with him again ... even if she knows just springing her pregnancy on him might be quite a bit of a shock for him. And sure enough, when she arrives at his lodge in the mountains, where he makes a meagre income as a hunter, things are off to a rocky start, but eventually they can reconcile over the memories of her (deceased) mother and decide to go on a fishing trip together, just like in the old days. However, on their way to their favourite spot, their car gets off the road, and is stopped from going over a cliff by the branches of a tree that pretty much pin Abby to her seat. Their situation is a little on the desperate side, but at least Grant can get out of the car, and seeing there's no chance to get Abby out as well, there's little chance they'll be spotted off a less-traveled road, and there's a storm coming he decides the best way to save his daughter is to go for help on foot - even if its miles to walk with the temperatures falling rapidly and him being injured himself. But they at least have walky-talkies to remain in touch. But while dad's away, Abby isn't idle and manages to improve her situation: she manages to saw off the branch that pins her to her seat, manages to fend off a wolf (Shadow), and manage to get to the back seat for some added comfort - even she still can't get out of the car. But the night passes, and dad still hasn't come back with help. And then Abby's water breaks ...


A very tight little thriller that manages to keep tension and suspense high throughout while going for a slowburn approach - until the third act goes for full shock, that however makes perfect narrative sense. But what makes this really work is that Devanny Pinn's character despite her helpless situation, is not reduced to the victim role but shows plenty of initiative, which makes her more of a relatable character and gives the film plenty of dynamic despite being mostly just limited to the inside of a car. And both Pinn and Vernon Wells' grounded and natural performances really carry the movie, while a solid direction keeps things tight at all times, making this a pretty cool cinematic tour-de-force.


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