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This suspense action thriller promises to keep viewers on edge.

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No Exit
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Title

No Exit

Year released

2022

Genres

Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Classification

MA15

Synopsis

Inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre's play, No Exit chronicles the plight of several survivors of a global pandemic that discover they are actually in hell.

Runtime

96mins

Cast and crew

  • John Brynes
  • Marie Weigle
  • The Existentialist
No Exit looks like the kind of thriller that gets your pulse pounding and gives you plenty to think about. What exactly would you do if you were in the main character's shoes?

The plot revolves around a young college student who gets stuck at a rest stop during a blizzard. As she's looking for cell signal outside, she discovers a child trapped in a car in the parking lot.

Is one of the other people stranded at the same rest stop a kidnapper? If so, who? Let the games begin.

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