Inside (2011 film)

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Inside
Inside social film.jpg
Film poster
Directed by D. J. Caruso
Written by D. J. Caruso
Starring Emmy Rossum
Molly Hagan
Jake Abel
(See below)
Music by Brian Tyler
Cinematography Mauro Fiore
Edited by Josh Bodnar
Production
  company
RSA Films
B-Reel
Release date(s)
  • July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25)
Country United States
Language English

Inside is a social film thriller brought to viewers through a partnership by Intel and Toshiba.

Directed and written by D. J. Caruso and starring Emmy Rossum, the experience is broken up into several segments across multiple social media platforms, including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.[1][2][3][4] Viewers are challenged to help Rossum’s character, Christina, safely make it out of her predicament. The film bears some similarities to the (non-social) 2008 film Untraceable in that it involves kidnapping and an Internet audience as part of the plot.

The first in a series of episodes was released on the website on 25 July 2011 for those participating in the "real-time experience".[5] The whole film became available for online viewing on 6 September 2011 in their website,[6] however the film has seemingly disappeared from the internet, as both the website and YouTube channel no longer exist.

Plot[edit]

Christina Perasso is a tough, resilient, 24-year old girl. She wakes up trapped in a room and has no idea where she is being held or who did this to her. She has been left access to her laptop. Through the use of an intermittent wifi signal, she reaches out to friends, family and the general, growing audience through social media. She lists facts, clues, pictures and videos to aid the audience in figuring out where she is, who her captor is, and why she was kidnapped.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Inside Intel And Toshiba's Social Film". Fast Company. 
  2. ^ "Made By Social Media". Creativity. 
  3. ^ "Toshiba & Intel’s Movie Heroine Reads Your Tweets". Mashable. 
  4. ^ Barnes, Henry (13 July 2011). "Horror meets social media in new concept film". Guardian. 
  5. ^ Hart, Hugh (12 July 2011). "Inside Is ‘First Interactive Social Horror Film Experience’". Wired. 
  6. ^ The Inside Experience52,198 likes · 23 talking about this. "The Inside Experience". Facebook. Retrieved 2013-01-01. 

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