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Don't Breathe (Don't Breathe): Comes in Greece in October

Don't Breathe (Don't Breathe): Comes in Greece in October

by horrormovies.gr21/09/2016

Of many horror films of this year's Autumn (and Winter) that we await with great anticipation, one seems to stand out more! This is the "Don't Breathe" (Greek title: do not Breathe) by promising filmmaker Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead – 2013) which has witnessed spectacular reception from the audience who has attended festivals and cinemas abroad until today. Perhaps it is the surprise of the year in the scene of terror – who knows …

According to the information available, Don't Breathe will premiere in cinemas of Greece on 6 October 2016.

Let's look at the summary of our film is described by the Greek version:

"Rocky is determined to escape in any way by the violent mother and save our younger sister from the dead-end future that lies ahead. Together with our friends, Alex and Maneϊ, has committed a series of micro-robberies to raise money needed to escape from the terrible town where he lives. When the gang learns that three of us blind hermit living in a derelict neighborhood and hides a small fortune somewhere in the House, they decide to make our last robbery. The US plan, did not go well: the victim turns out to be more sinister than they could have imagined, after – except money-the blind man hides many other "

Starring Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto and Stephen Lang. The scenario is of Fede Alvarez and Sayagues Rodo while in production except the Alvarez mplekontai big Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert known to horror audiences for legendary The Evil Dead (1981).

The duration of the film is 88 minutes and distribution in our country gets from the Feelgood Entertainment. If you want to get a taste of the Breathe Don't see the very interesting and stressful official trailer accompanying our story.


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