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The Hole (20-Apr-2001)

Director: Nick Hamm

Writers: Ben Court; Caroline Ip

From novel: After the Hole by Guy Burt

Original Music by: Clint Mansell

Producers: Lisa Bryer; Jeremy Bolt; Pippa Cross

Keywords: Thriller

Four British teenagers (two boys and two girls) enter an old WWII bunker and remain trapped for 18 days, killed one by one until only Liz remains. Told in flashbacks as related to police. Psychological thriller is sometimes gripping but drags; suffers insufficient character development and overly simple plot.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thora Birch
Actor
11-Mar-1982   Enid from Ghost World
Embeth Davidtz
Actor
11-Aug-1965   Matilda
Laurence Fox
Actor
1978   DS Hathaway on Inspector Lewis
Desmond Harrington
Actor
19-Oct-1976   Ghost Ship
Keira Knightley
Actor
26-Mar-1985   Bend It Like Beckham

CAST

Thora Birch   ...   Liz
Desmond Harrington   ...   Mike
Daniel Brocklebank   ...   Martin
Laurence Fox   ...   Geoff
Keira Knightley   ...   Frankie
Steven Waddington   ...   DCS Tom Howard
and
Embeth Davidtz   ...   Dr. Philippa Horwood
Emma Griffiths Malin   ...   Daisy
Gemma Powell   ...   Minnie
Gemma Craven   ...   Mrs. Dunn
Anastasia Hille   ...   Gillian
Kelly Hunter   ...   DI Chapman
Maria Pastel   ...   Policewoman
Celia Montague   ...   Solicitor
Kevin Trainor   ...   Boy in school
Lolita Chackrabarti   ...   Doctor
Claire Cox   ...   Reporter
Jennifer Hochman   ...   Reporter
Jack Tanner   ...   Reporter

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