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The majority of this film was shot with a hand-held camera. See more »
When they get Rennes back into the room after he has been shot in the face with acid, the smoke comes from behind his head and not his face, like it should. See more »
[Leaven, Kazan & Worth reaching the exit of the cube]
What are you doing? You can't quit now. It's not your fault!
I have nothing... to live for out there.
What is out there?
Boundless human stupidity.
I can live with that.
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This movie just doesn't make much sense and leaves the viewer with many questions. It has almost no special effects, the actors are unknown and the story can be told in two sentences. Yet, the atmosphere is tight and exciting. It is so tight, that I rate this movie as a must see!
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