No Exit

Stranded at a rest stop in the mountains during a blizzard, a recovering addict discovers a kidnapped child hidden in a car belonging to one of the people inside the building which sets her on a terrifying struggle to identify who among them is the kidnapper.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Darby: Havana Rose Liu
  • Ash: Danny Ramirez
  • Ed: Dennis Haysbert
  • Lars: David Rysdahl
  • Sandi: Dale Dickey
  • Jay: Mila Harris
  • Cpl. Ron Hill: Benedict Wall
  • Dr. Bill: James Gaylyn
  • Devon: Lisa Zhang
  • Mike the Orderly: Nick Davies
  • Darby’s Mother: Hweiling Ow
  • Detective: Jen Van Epps
  • Sarah: Kirsty Hamilton

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Scott Frank
  • Original Music Composer: Marco Beltrami
  • Production Design: Gary Mackay
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jonathan Costelloe
  • Director of Photography: Simon Raby
  • Original Music Composer: Miles Hankins
  • Costume Design: Liz McGregor
  • Screenplay: Andrew Barrer
  • Editor: Andy Canny
  • Screenplay: Gabriel Ferrari
  • Still Photographer: Kirsty Griffin
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Robert Mackenzie
  • Art Direction: Helen Strevens
  • Set Decoration: Anneke Botha
  • Director: Damien Power
  • Second Assistant Director: Guy Campbell
  • Sound Designer: Mick Boraso
  • First Assistant Director: Seumas Cooney
  • Costume Supervisor: Alice Baker
  • Sound Effects Editor: Justin Spasevski
  • Novel: Taylor Adams
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Esther Collas
  • Art Direction: Simon Barker
  • Set Designer: Melanie Kassian
  • Art Direction: Nick Nocera

Movie Reviews:


    “No Exit is one of the biggest surprises of the year, shocking viewers with an extremely (in)tense narrative full of suspense, twists, and high levels of entertainment.

    Damien Power takes the simple premise of his screenwriters and builds an immersive atmosphere through single-location filmmaking, where the camera work and the score are technical highlights in a visually fascinating work.

    Havana Rose Liu contributes tremendously with a superb lead debut as the smart and courageous protagonist. Apart from some characterization details that become irrelevant or accidentally depicted in a strangely positive manner, it’s hard to imagine the general public not enjoying such an unpredictable, constantly captivating story.

    At the time of this review, it’s one of the best films of the year.”

    Rating: A-

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