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New Poster For A Lonely Place To Die
Melissa George will regret her holiday

04 August 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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There's a mini-trend developing for films wherein someone goes on holiday in the UK and horrible things happen. Upcoming efforts Cross Country and The Retreat both fit the pattern, but the one that concerns us today is A Lonely Place To Die, starring Melissa George and Ed Speleers and directed by Julian Gilbey. And today sees the release of a new poster from the film.

The story sees George and Speleers play a couple on a climbing holiday in the Highlands. When they hear an unusual noise, they investigate and discover a young girl trapped in a small chamber in the wilderness. They help her - naturally - but that gets them in trouble with some very nasty types who would prefer she stay where she is.

The film got some great buzz out of Fantasia Film Festival a few weeks back, and while this poster's gone for a bleached-out, grainy look, the film itself is a little bit prettier. A Lonely Place To Die is out in the UK on September 7. Don't go hiking until you've seen it!


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