A Lonely Place to DieSeptember 7, 2011
A group of mountaineers in the Scottish Highlands discover a kidnapped girl and are pursued by her captors.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 6.3/10 (6,164 voted)
Stars: Melissa George, Ed Speleers, Eamonn Walker
A group of five mountaineers are hiking and climbing in the Scottish Highlands when they discover a young Serbian girl buried in a small chamber in the wilderness. They become caught up in a terrifying game of cat and mouse with the kidnappers as they try to get the girl to safety.
Writers: Julian Gilbey, Will Gilbey
Out there, there's nowhere to hide
Release Date: 7 September 2011
Filming Locations: Dingwall, Scotland, UK
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $176,801
(9 September 2011)
Did You Know?
While filming one of the mountain climbing scenes, a boulder came crashing down, almost landing on the crew below.
When Alison starts throwing items at the intruder, the number of knives shown on the wall change from 5 to 3 and back to 5.
A good effort but a bit disappointing
This movie started off well with an interesting idea, but somehow ran
out of steam, or commitment, about half way through.
Melissa George and her friends go climbing in Scotland and stumble
across a secret buried in the woods. They try and go for help but
discover that they're not alone. The movie starts off as slow burning
and intriguing, with plenty of sweeping shots of the rugged Scottish
landscape, it then changes abruptly about half way through, losing all
of its subtlety and becomes a standard chase movie with guns. It's
almost as if the director lost their nerve and decided to go for blood
and glory just in case the audience gets a little bored. Some scenes
seem to be thrown in just so someone else can be killed, and the body
count by the end of the movie is a bit on the high side.
The acting is fine, and I don't have any huge issues with the script,
it's just it could of been a nice little thriller rather than half a
good movie, and half a predictable one.