Open Water

Open Water

Open Water

  Susan (Blanchard Ryan) and her boyfriend Daniel (Daniel Travis) are looking forward to the best weeks of the year. The two yuppies who toil hard at home, treat yourself to a relaxing beach holiday in the Caribbean. But the dream vacation quickly becomes a nightmare. A dive trip with a group ends with the two while diving in the open sea are simply forgotten and left behind. For, unfortunately, two of the participants at the counting were counted twice, so nobody misses the smart couple. Now the terrible hours of starting their lives.

Although the two are relatively well protected by their diving equipment, they are now seeing the naked horror. Because of the jellyfish swarm, in which it is first come, nor the least of the dangers that threaten them. Far worse are the sharks to attack the two soon. But the real horrors are taking place in people’s minds. How long will they be able to survive alone on the open sea? Maybe someone will notice their absence? Or will the sea her watery grave?

Cleverly, the director Chris Kentis plays in his little low-budget thriller Open Water, which just cost 100,000 U.S. dollars, with the primal fears of the audience. In his spare time, the director turned this nasty little thriller, which, however, gets just 79 minutes long, despite sometimes quite long-winded. In consolation, but at least across the rather macabre conclusion which will not reveal here of course.

Title: Open Water Country of production: USA Year of production: 2003 Length: 79 (Min) of material: ( #) universe Central

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