Hell DVD Review
Hell, produced by Roland Emmerich (2012, Day After Tomorrow) and directed and co-written by Tim Fehlbaum, is a vision of a post-apocalyptic future and it should be quickly said that Hell is a German film, with English subtitles.
The sun that was once nourishing to life on Earth has become its greatest enemy by raising the temperature on the planetís surface by ten degrees and pushing life to the limits of survival.
However, even those who are lucky enough to survive has to face an arid, inhospitable environment. To the extent that prolonged time in the sun will not just give you a sun tan, or even sun burn but scorch your skin straight off.
The films main characters are Marie (Hannah Herzsprung), her younger sister Leonie (Lisa Vicari) and their travelling mate Phillip (Lars Eidinger), who are all making their way to the mountains where, rumour has it, there is still running water to be found.
However, things take a cannibalistic turn when the three of them encounter Tom (Stipe Erceg) at a disused petrol station, the filmís pace quickens.
However, despite its shortcomings the film is a rather pleasurable watch if you have time to waste.
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