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|Directed by||Andy Fetscher|
|Produced by||Oliver Thau|
|Written by||Martin Thau|
Catherine de Lean
|Editing by||Andy Fetscher|
The Little Film Company
|Running time||88 minutes|
Four young urban explorers from the USA, South America, Asia and Europe meet up in Berlin via the internet to explore the subterranean relics of Nazi Germany. The destination for the illegal tour, through a labyrinth of tunnels, sewers and catacombs, is a special bunker, the Fahrerbunker (Hitler's subterranean garage) which is the center of many legends, where they expect to find the debris of forbidden Nazi wall murals. But when tragedy strikes the group's leader, they soon realize not all things go according to plan.
- Nathalie Kelley as Lucia
- Nick Eversman as Denis
- Klaus Stiglmeier as Armin
- Max Riemelt as Kris (Dante)
- Brenda Koo as Juna
- Catherine de Lean as Marie
- Adolfo Assor as the man at the subway station
- Johannes Klaußner as the man in the subway
- Andreas Wisniewski as the Neo-Nazi
The movie was shot mostly on location in what used to be inaccessible tunnel systems underneath Berlin.
The film has so far been received favorably, with Robert Koehler of Variety citing "Fetscher avoids the temptation to push the situation into an exercise in torture porn – an option he easily could have gone for – while nevertheless ratcheting up the horror. Indeed, his one-man-band combination of direction, lensing and editing proves crucial, displaying a balance of craft and patience in building layers of suspense under a horrific setting that goes beyond any urban explorer's worst nightmare."
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