Teaser Trailer & Clip from BURIED



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Here is the first trailer 9and a clip0  from the movie BURIED starring Ryan Reynolds. This is a intense claustophobic mystery which sees Ryan Reynolds a U.S Contractor in Iraq who wakes up buried alive in a coffin after an attack. Armed only with a mobile phone, torch and a knife. No idea why he’s here its a race against time to escape from a certain death trap.

The trailer is very short but still you can feel the essence of the intensity from it. Movie has been directed by Rodrigo Cortés and the movie also stars José Luis García Pérez, Ivana Mino and Anne Lockhart. The movie is due to be shown at this years Sundance Film Festival which kicked off today, as for release dates elsewhere, there still to be annouced.

source Slashfilm

synopsis:Paul is a U.S. contractor working in Iraq. After an attack by a group of Iraqis he wakes to find he is buried alive inside a coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone it’s a race against time to escape this claustrophobic death trap.- IMDB

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