A young psychology student is drawn into the dark and fearful world of a diabolic and mysterious App that starts to terrorize her, distributing compromising photographs, videos and text ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Anna Rijnders
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Sophie Welts
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Tim Maas
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Sim
Patrick Martens ...
Henry
Harry van Rijthoven ...
Dr. Carlo
Alex Hendrickx ...
Stijn Rijnders
Leonid Vlasov ...
Andrey (as Leonid Vlassov)
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Jerry
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Daan Thijsse
Liza Sips ...
Liesbeth
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Nurse
Diede Zillinger Molenaar ...
Sales Man
Anis de Jong ...
Aziz
Elmar Düren ...
Police Officer
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A young psychology student is drawn into the dark and fearful world of a diabolic and mysterious App that starts to terrorize her, distributing compromising photographs, videos and text messages about herself and delves deeper and deeper into her personal life, flawlessly exposing all of her deepest secrets. Originally in Dutch, international version dubbed to English.

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app | revenge | smartphone | See All (3) »

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Thriller

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4 April 2013 (Netherlands)  »

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€1,500,000 (estimated)
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The world's first second-screen movie. Through an app, controlled by sound, the viewer is shown extra pictures, stories and clips throughout the movie. See more »

Soundtracks

I'm a Psycho
(uncredited)
Performed by Clooney
[During end credits]
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A Horror Film About Apps? Great Concept.
9 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young psychology student is drawn into the dark and fearful world of a diabolic and mysterious App that starts to terrorize her, distributing compromising photographs, videos and text messages about herself and delves deeper and deeper into her personal life, flawlessly exposing all of her deepest secrets.

Absolutely worth singling out is Herman Witkam, the film's composer. Despite his lengthy credits, Witkam is not well known (at least not in America), but should be. He provides a score that is both unique and energizing, and fits the film's theme perfectly.

The general idea is brilliant, especially as apps become more advanced and our privacy gets thinner and thinner through social media. This is truly something that needs to be seen by more viewers.


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