Shot in the Waitakere Ranges in winter of 2001, this digital kiwi chiller witnesses a group of camp counsellors playing a kind of hide and seek in the forest. As they find and lose one another alliances and conflicts are tested, stories come out and in the end a shocking truth is revealed. Described by one reviewer as an 'existentialist Friday 13th', be prepared for plenty of handheld running through woods a la 'Blair Witch Project'.

Year: 2005
Genre: Thrillers & Suspense, New Zealand Film
Country: NZ
Director: Tim McLachlan
Starring: Luke Alexander, Kiel McNaughton, Hayley Halliday, Gavin Rutherford, Kerry Wakia
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and horror scenes. Content may disturb. Not suitable for younger viewers
Location in store: New Zealand Film



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