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Seventy-Nine (film)

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Seventy-Nine
Seventy Nine film poster.jpg
Official poster
Directed byFilip Maciejewicz
Produced by
  • Jeff Solema
  • Berenika Maciejewicz
Written byFilip Maciejewicz
Starring
  • Adrian Voo
  • Jonathan Rosenthal
  • Bo Linton
  • Christine Springett
  • Athena Baumeister
  • Patrick Edward Wynne
  • Kathinka van Putten
Music byDarren Wonnacott
CinematographyMegan Richardson
Edited by
Distributed byCardinal XD
Running time
85 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Seventy-Nine, also known as 79th Patient and The Asylum, is an American direct-to-video science-fiction film written and directed by Filip Maciejewicz. The film stars an ensemble cast that includes Adrian Voo, Jonathan Rosenthal and Bo Linton.

Plot

In an abandoned asylum, doctors carry out secret experiments on unsuspecting patients who have been taken from their everyday lives and seemingly erased from existence. The experiments, codenamed Limes, are designed to cure violent episodes through new methods of brainwashing and mind manipulation. But as the experimental project begins to fail, chaos ensues in the hospital as patients seek revenge against their captors.[1]

Cast

  • Adrian Voo as Isamu Tan
  • Jonathan Rosenthal as Daniel Regardie
  • Bo Linton as Ash Paine
  • Christine Springett as Dharma Crowley
  • Athena Baumeister as Hailey Dagger
  • Patrick Edward Wynne as Ethan Gabriel
  • Kathinka van Putten as Lily Borg
  • Omar Hansen as Antero Leary
  • Velta Moore as Jael Regardie
  • Caroline Attwood as Sally Sanders

Release

The first trailer was released on July 7, 2013.[2] The film held its premiere in Los Angeles on September 7, 2013.[3] The film later opened the Louisiana Sci-fi Film and Costume Festival on April 26, 2014, also winning an accolade for 'Best Directing'.[4] The film was released direct-to-video on February 9, 2017, in the United Kingdom, and on June 16, 2017, in the United States.[5]

Reception

Reviewing the film, Phil Wheat of Nerdly commended the filmmakers for producing an intriguing film but noted that the film "falls completely off a cliff with bad storytelling, terrible ADR and camerawork that is horribly framed, poorly lit and uses pan and scan to show all the participants in a scene; plus the film has a ridiculously melodramatic soundtrack that is both overused and overwrought."[6]

References

  1. ^ "The Asylum (2014)". Virgin Media. Retrieved 19 November 2013.
  2. ^ Allen, Michael. "Bizarre Experiments Take Place in the Bowels of an Abandoned Hospital in this Trailer for Seventy-Nine". 28 Days Later Analysis. Retrieved 7 July 2013.
  3. ^ ""Seventy-Nine" Premiere". Magic Elevator Production. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
  4. ^ "Best Directing - Filip Maciejewicz (Seventy-Nine)". LaSciFi Film and Costume Festival. Facebook. Retrieved 26 April 2014.
  5. ^ "The Asylum". British Board of Film Classification.
  6. ^ Wheat, Phil. "'The Asylum' DVD Review". Nerdly.

External links

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