Knife Edge

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Knife Edge
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Directed by Anthony Hickox
Produced by Fiona Combe
Pippa Cross
Janette Day
Written by Robb Squire
Fiona Combe
Anthony Hickox
Starring Nathalie Press
Tamsin Egerton
Hugh Bonneville
Music by Guy Farley
Cinematography Daniel Bronks
Edited by Daniel Hubbard
Production
  company
120dB Films
Knife Edge Films
Lipsync Productions
Distributed by Seven Arts International
Release date(s)
  • 19 October 2009 (2009-10-19)
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Knife Edge is a 2009 British thriller film directed by Anthony Hickox and starring Nathalie Press, Hugh Bonneville and Tamsin Egerton.[1]

Plot[edit]

A successful Wall Street trader returns to Britain with her family, but her new home in the countryside contains a disturbing secret. Her understanding of this secret is complicated by her husbands difficulty and loss of job, which in trying to hide he uses gaslighting to trick her into believing she is going insane. Her son Thomas's new friend Tobias who has the same name as the little boy who was murdered in the house 30 years ago makes knowing what is truth and what is a delusion difficult and clever.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Anthony Hickox directed the thriller and was produced by Fiona Combe, Pippa Cross and Janette Day.[2] It was produced by Seven Arts Films and is the return of Hickox in the horror genre, Hickox shot the film in London & the Home Counties, England, UK.[3] The film based on a screenplay from Fiona Combe, Anthony Hickox and Robb Squire.[4]

Release[edit]

The film was released on 19 October 2009 in the UK over Scanbox Entertainment [5] and is set for an US release on 20 April 2010.[6]

Soundtrack[edit]

The score was composed by Sphere Studios founder Guy Farley.[7]

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