Left for Dead (2007 Western film)

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Left for Dead
Left for Dead DVD.jpg
US DVD Cover
Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by Michael Najjar
Cynthia Curnan
Written by Chad Leslie
Starring Victoria Maurette
Music by Anthony Riparetti
Cinematography Alejandro Millán
Edited by Ken Morrisey
Distributed by Lions Gate Films
Release date
  • September 3, 2007 (2007-09-03) (Semana Internacional de Cine Fantastico Estepona)
Running time
84 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Left for Dead is a 2007 American-Argentine horror western film directed by Albert Pyun and starring Victoria Maurette.

Plot synopsis[edit]

In Mexico in 1895, Clementine Templeton is obsessively tracking the wanted man known as Sentenza for deserting her and their infant child. In her travels, she happens upon a gang of former prostitutes led by Mary Black, whose young daughter was also impregnated and abandoned by Sentenza.

They eventually locate their prey and corner him in a remote ghost town called Amnesty; which is haunted by the vengeful ghost of slain preacher Mobius Lockhardt, who has made a pact with the devil to remain as an earthbound spirit unable to travel beyond the borders of the town's cemetery and slaughtering any who trespasses.

But there are many secrets surrounding the group and the town of Amnesty, and not everyone's motives are what they appear to be on the surface. As bloody betrayals and misdeeds come back to haunt them, they must confront their pasts if they hope to escape Amnesty and the vengeful wrath of Mobius Lockhardt alive.



The film was shot in 12 days, entirely in Argentina.[1][2]



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