2016 | DIR GEORGE CLARK | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
A teenage boy and a middle-aged man wake up in the wilderness chained to one another. They each have a gun duct-taped to their hands and attached to a nearby tree is a note instructing that one of them must die before nightfall. As they attempt to free themselves, it becomes apparent that whoever has orchestrated their situation is close by and watching their every move. With no hope of bluffing their malefactor, they grapple with the notion that one of them must die. Before long, their state of mind begins to fray and a heavy sense of dread looms.