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    Unique ID Code: 0000156930
    Added by: Jitendar Canth
    Added on: 6/7/2013 15:10
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    Death Game

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    From the director of The Ring
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 102 mins
    Retail Price: £15.99
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    Content Type: Movie

    How far would you go to keep a seven-day job that pays 112,000 yen an hour? Ten people are about to find out in Death Game, a.k.a. Incite Mill, the latest psychological thriller by Ring director Nakata Hideo. Based on the novel by Yonezawa Honobu, Death Game chronicles a game that pits ten complete strangers armed with a deadly weapon against each other in an isolated environment. Paranoia, distrust, and murder are qualities needed for victory, and one false move may get you killed.

    Ten people from all walks of life - including freelance worker Yuki (Fujiwara Tetsuya) - come together to take on a part-time job that promises to pay 112,000 yen an hour over seven days. Taken to a secluded facility, the ten are each given a weapon and are told that the game can end immediately when there are only two surviving members. Despite an initial agreement to work as a group, suspicions and paranoia arise when one of the players is found dead on the second morning. As alliances collapse and players begin to use their weapons, it's every player for themselves in this potentially deadly game..

    Special Features:

    Video Tracks:
    1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Japanese
    Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Japanese

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    Directed By:
    Hideo Nakata

    Written By:

    Kin'ya Kitaôji
    Nagisa Katahira
    Shinji Takeda
    Masanori Ishii
    Tsuyoshi Abe
    Tatsuya Fujiwara
    Aya Hirayama
    Haruka Ayase
    Satomi Ishihara
    Takurô Ohno

    Music From:
    Kenji Kawai

    Director of Photography:
    Jun'ichirô Hayashi

    Nobuyuki Takahashi

    Executive Producer:
    Yoshitaka Hori
    William Ireton
    Hiroshi Miyazaki


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