Creep

Creep

Creep

  Kate (Franka Potente) is an obviously successful and attractive model agent in “Swingin ‘London’, which has managed to assert itself in the hard-Biz glamor of the city and fighting for their place in the Schicki-industry. This becomes especially because according to insiders, in which one party is on the guest list. And this evening has in store for the booker a special cracker, for a friend who got her an invitation to an “event” would emerge in which even supposedly George Clooney. Clear that she does not want to miss, so she immediately leaves the agency-party, where she now dwells in the course of which she is dressed by a fellow dumb to break up the West End.

But in the subway station she dozes – already slightly drunk – after a small dose of vodka on the bank to be alone when she awoke in the abandoned subway station rediscover – the last train has long gone and closed all the exits. A little later while driving up a train, but is empty and keeps a little further in a tunnel – with Kate in his mind. Unexpectedly, and devoid of logic now appears suddenly her importunate colleague Guy from London on the underground (as he was able to overcome the barricaded entrances?) And continued his insolent overtures until he is pulled by an invisible from the train into the darkness. And soon, there is Kate, together with a homeless man named Jimmy (Paul Rattray) on a wild chase through dark tunnels and abandoned subway stations, as a bloodthirsty killer seems to have their colleagues on their conscience and now wants to see more blood. Also gone is also Jimmy’s companion Mandy.

As the director Christopher Smith in the press booklet for Creep confesses that he was to show what will happen if Bridget Jones meets Alien. If that was his intention, it must apply its mission probably failed. Quite skillfully staged and backed up with a terrifying score by The Insects, Creep fail especially at an absolutely illogical and outrageous story that can occur in an alleged empty subway station, from which there will be no escape, again and again people The jump is already in the next moment on the blade. And so fight your way Franka Potente brave but hopeless with the arms of a woman – for example, a stiletto dagger as a replacement – by the confusions of the story given away at the end of many of the good approaches. There’s a film such as the Hungarian control who plays in a similar setting, far more oblique and more amusing.

Title: Creep Country of production: United Kingdom Year of production: 2004 Length: 83 (Min) of material: (# ) X-Hire

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