Independent Edge FIlms, Téléfilm Canada, Three-Seven Entertainment,

Adrien Brody, Caroline Dhavernas, Ryan Robbins, Adrian Holmes, Adrian Hughes, Lloyd Adams, Mark McConchie, Jacob Blair

Known just as “Man”, Adrien Brody awakes in his car, crashed deep in a ravine, trapped and badly injured, hungry and thirsty, and with no recollection of how he got there. As he faces horrible odds to survive, gradually he starts to remember who he is, and what happened before this horrible accident occurred.

This is an interesting film. It’s one of those where we, like the character in the story, are faced with no knowledge of what’s going on or how he got there. We have no information either, and we feel like we’re with him, pinned in the car, with no idea what’s going on. We learn each piece of information with him, which is very suspenseful. It’s well acted. Adrien Brody is a master of his craft, certainly, and can really make the pain and confusion realistic. We live the confusion that he feel, and it’s hard to tell if what he’s seeing is real, or just his imagination from the dreadful situation, but the more we feel the terrible dread that he’s feeling, the more we identify with him. It’s very tense and discomforting to watch, and he does a terrific job. Gradually as we learn more about him, we feel even more discomfort as his horrible situation. Part mystery and part survival adventure, Wrecked is a really good suspense film, and one of those hidden gems that come along once in a while.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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