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A Lonely Place to Die is a 2011 thriller film directed by . The film follows a group of mountaineers who discover a young Serbian girl trapped in an underground chamber in the Scottish Highlands. As they attempt to rescue her, they become the target of a group of violent and ruthless kidnappers who will stop at nothing to get the girl back.


A Lonely Place to Die is a tense and gripping thriller that is well-directed and features strong performances from its cast. The film's Scottish Highlands setting provides a visually stunning backdrop for the action, and the use of real locations adds to the film's realism.

The film's direction by is effective, with his ability to build tension and suspense through tight pacing and a claustrophobic atmosphere. The film's score also adds to its eerie and unsettling tone.

A Lonely Place to Die is a thrilling and intense film that is sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.


A Lonely Place to Die did not receive any major awards, but it was nominated for Best Film at the 2011 Raindance Film Festival.

Popularity and Success:

A Lonely Place to Die was a moderate success upon its release, grossing over $3 million worldwide on a budget of $4 million. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its suspenseful storyline and action scenes, while others criticized its weak character development.

Despite its mixed reception, A Lonely Place to Die has gained a small cult following and is regarded as a solid thriller that is worth watching for fans of the genre.

Directed by
Produced by Michael Loveday
Written by Will GilbeyJulian Gilbey
Starring Sean Harris Kate Magowan Alec Newman Stephen McCole Gary Sweeney Paul Anderson Eamonn Walker Karel Roden
Music by Michael Richard Plowman
Cinematography Ali Asad
Edited by
Carnaby Film Productions Eigerwand Media Molinare Studio Genesis Film Sales
Distributed by Kaleidoscope Film Distribution
Release date 10 April 2011 (ActionFest) 9 September 2011 (United Kingdom)
Running time 99 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget $4 million
Box office $442,550

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