Fede Alvarez and Sam Raimi (Drag Me To hell) send us into a dwelling, in nothing good is to be expected. Unlike their successful „Evil Dead“-Remake sind es diesmal aber nicht etwa Dämonen aus dem Buch der Toten, but a real psychopath, Jane Levy (Suburgatory and Evil Dead) das Leben zur Hölle macht. In hard Psycho-Thriller verkörpert sie einen von drei skrupellosen Teens, breaking into foreign homes and steal the resident homeowner. Dabei werden ihre Einbrüche stets bis ins kleinste Detail durchgeplant. When they finally take a blind millionaire targeted, believe firmly, to have a simple victim found. But the tide is turning, as they enter the house and find a psychopath. „Don’t Breathe“ marked by Evil Dead already the second collaboration between Sam Raimi and Fede Alvarez. What surprises both murderous For us have in store, shows the local launch on 8. September.
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