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Scarlett Alice Johnson,
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La Moneda Esta En El Aire
Words and Music by Luis Gerardo Nino
Edimusica Ltda c/o Sunflower Music Inc. (ASCAP)
Performed by Rugido Norteño
Courtesy of Discos Fuentes/Miami Records c/o Sunflower Entertainment Co., Inc. See more »
Jim Caviezel, Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Joe Pantoliano, Jeremy Sisto, and Peter Stormare star in this gripping, underrated little thriller about five men who awaken in a chemical plant, completely unaware of who they are and what they're doing there. It becomes soon apparent that some are good and some are bad.
The talented cast make the single setting not only tolerable, but interesting and intimidating. The real surprise is the independent actor's performances, Pantoliano and Sisto hold their own against heavyweights Caviezel, Kinnear, and Pepper.
The film isn't long on logic, but provides enough chills and twists to keep the viewer glued to their seat as it hurtles toward it's suspenseful, unexpected finale.
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