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1917. THE WESTERN FRONT. A HANDFUL OF SURVIVORS FROM Y-COMPANY ARE UTTERLY LOST IN ENEMY TERRITORY. THEY FIND SHELTER IN AN ABANDONED ENEMY TRENCH & WAIT TO BE RESCUED. BUT AS NIGHT DRAWS, NOBODY COMES. THEY BEGIN TO THINK SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS IN THE TRENCH WITH THEM.
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Having said that, if you're a lover of subjective subject matter and storylines this is a great one for you, as it will have you thinking about it long after the credits roll.
I don't really want to give up anything about this film, as anything I could offer would tarnish the individual experience of the film; yes it really is an ambiguous film which some movie-goers don't appreciate. Some people need all of the answers handed to them (which is fine), and if you fall into that camp this film will most likely not appeal to you.
For me, it was a fine example of perfect film-making. Well written, well acted, beautifully filmed and creepy as hell!
I loved it!
Another thing that greatly adds to the mood is that background "void" music. It's like a creepy little brief wind/void sound that really adds to the environment perfectly. I think it's one of the main reasons I was so drawn into the movie. Excellent choice of background sound.
I cannot forget to praise the actual look and feel of the trenches as well. That was the other mood grabber. The trench is almost like its own character.
The special effects are what they are. They're not insulting but not the greatest. But they're used so little it doesn't matter. And since this whole thing isn't in real time anyway that can be used as a crutch reason why. They shouldn't ruin anything for anybody.
I liked the ending a lot and I love the psychology behind it. This is definitely one of the better horror flicks I've seen lately. Kudos to the director for sucking me in and not letting me go.