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Beth (Vinessa Shaw) and Francis (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) decide to take a vacation before the birth of their child. Francis insists on venturing to a more serene island; Beth hesitantly agrees. Soon they discover the island is mysteriously abandoned, populated only by children. Beth and Francis are left to uncover the mystery of the disappearances, as a day in paradise quickly turns into a struggle for survival.
Daniel Giménez Cacho (born May 15, 1961 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish-born Ariel award winner Mexican actor who has starred in several Mexican films such as Solo con tu pareja, Cronos, Midaq Alley and Arráncame la Vida, among others as well as in Spanish Films (La Mala Educación) and TV shows. He is known for having worked with some of the most important hispanic filmmakers like Guillermo Del Toro, Alfonso Cuarón, Jorge Fons and Pedro Almodóvar.
Ebon Moss-Bachrach (born August 17, 1978) is an American stage and screen actor. He attended high school at Amherst Regional High School in Massachusetts and graduated from Columbia University. Ebon is involved with photographer Yelena Yemchuk. The two welcomed a baby in 2006. He was raised in Amherst, Massachusetts, and is the son of Renee Moss and Eric Bachrach, who runs a music school in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Vinessa Elizabeth Shaw (born July 19, 1976) is an American film actress and model. Shaw has starred in numerous motion pictures since the early 1990s and has had her most memorable roles in Disney's 1993 Halloween-set film Hocus Pocus, Ladybugs (1992), Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut(1999), the 2006 remake of Wes Craven's horror picture The Hills Have Eyes, as well as the romance film Two Lovers (2008), in which she starred alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Stupid, Stupid, Stupid.....Waste of money. Traded in for store creditPublished 7 months ago by Harry H. Lester
The movie was shocking and gruesome. There was lots of hacking, sawing and clubbing. The most tension was realized when total despair became a reality. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ReddStealth
It would be sacrilege to say that this English-language remake of Who Would Kill A Child? was better than the original.
Would it now? Read more
This one didn't go as mainstream as a lot of the better made movies do but it's not one to miss. Pretty original idea and a great addition to your collection as a horror/thriller... Read morePublished 9 months ago by MJSLawrence
never watch this movie, even if it showed why the children behave the way they behave it still would have been a movie that never should have been madePublished 21 months ago by James Patel