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Melissa George is trapped in a purgatorial Groundhog Day in writer/director Christopher Smith's ambitious and highly polished mystery chiller. The former
Home and Away
star gives an exceptionally haunting and moving performance as a single mother who's forced to take refuge on a strangely deserted liner when her yachting party's vessel is overturned in a storm. However, all is not what it seems on board the
, as events play out like the plot of
but with a sophisticated
spin. With its epic ocean vistas, genuine emotional resonance and a sneaky change in narrative direction, Smith's film is his most mature piece of work to date. Eschewing the flamboyant violence he served up in
, he effortlessly marries supernatural and slasher elements to create a consistently strange atmosphere that remains creepy and intriguing right up to the poignantly jolting finale.
The survivors of a boating disaster in the Bermuda Triangle swim to an abandoned cruise ship and set about exploring it - but one of the group becomes convinced she has been there before. As she tries to make sense of things, a masked killer begins picking them off. Horror, starring Melissa George and Liam Hemsworth.
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