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This decidedly British take on the likes of Michael Haneke's FUNNY GAMES and the French shocker THEM finds young teacher Jenny (KELLY REILLY - MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE) and boyfriend Steve (Michael Fassbender - HUNGER, 300) enjoying a peaceful holiday at the eponymous idyllic beauty spot. However, Jenny and Steve's tranquil break is thrown into anarchy when a group of teenagers surround their site and begin to victimise them...

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Good movie, intense and quite gory in parts. I found the knife scene hard to watch.

fawcett;8091151

ye but teh story is very good and well acted



Yeah i enjoyed it, one of the few movies to have me on the edge of my seat.

Again, people ignoring the GLARING plotholes at the end of the film. The director is a moron.

Terrible, lazy and unnecessarily controversial ending ruined a reasonable film.

wynne1975;8092099

Again, people ignoring the GLARING plotholes at the end of the film. The … Again, people ignoring the GLARING plotholes at the end of the film. The director is a moron.Terrible, lazy and unnecessarily controversial ending ruined a reasonable film.



go on then what are they ?

The ending suggests the kid gets away with everything and the chav families stick together and get away with the murder of the woman. Absolute crap. There were bodies and dna all over the woods. Are we really supposed to believe that those people would have been able to clear up all evidence from their own house, let alone the woods? The garden was wrecked by the van, her blood was in the house and they would still have to get rid of the body. But the crucial point is the asian boy. He's bookish, quiet and would have been home by a certain time, his family would have known where he was and they would have been out looking for him before the woman got in the van.

In what would have been one of the biggest murder investigations in the countries history, there is no way on earth that they would have gotten away with it.

wynne1975;8092889

The ending suggests the kid gets away with everything and the chav … The ending suggests the kid gets away with everything and the chav families stick together and get away with the murder of the woman. Absolute crap. There were bodies and dna all over the woods. Are we really supposed to believe that those people would have been able to clear up all evidence from their own house, let alone the woods? The garden was wrecked by the van, her blood was in the house and they would still have to get rid of the body. But the crucial point is the asian boy. He's bookish, quiet and would have been home by a certain time, his family would have known where he was and they would have been out looking for him before the woman got in the van.In what would have been one of the biggest murder investigations in the countries history, there is no way on earth that they would have gotten away with it.



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