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Rated R · 90 minutes · 2007

Intimate, nervous, claustrophobic, despairing -- writer-director Chris Gorak's indie-style sci-fi-ish thriller about one household's reaction to a dirty-bomb attack on Los Angeles is all that and more. An unemployed musician (Rory Cochrane), his career-woman spouse (Mary McCormack), and one or two of their neighbors can do nothing but seal up their bungalow, listen to dwindling broadcast reports on the situation, and wait for the men in hazmat suits, as radioactive ash falls like snow and birds drop out of the trees. The closeup camera work (Super 16mm blown up to 35) doesn't miss a drop of sweat in the frighteningly realistic story by Gorak (art director on Fight Club and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas), which disdains fireball action sequences for moments of deeper terror (96 min., 2006).
Director: Chris Gorak
Writer: Chris Gorak
Producer: Jonah Smith and Palmer West
Cast: Mary McCormack, Rory Cochrane, Tony Perez, Scotty Noyd Jr., Max Kasch, Jon Huertas, Will McCormack, Emeka, Marisol Ramirez and Hector Luis Bustamante


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