3 Lives (2019)

A woman on the run from ruthless kidnappers discovers her rescuer is the man jailed for attacking her 15 years earlier. That’s the story behind director Juliane Block’s (Kinks8 Remains) new film, which is available on DVD and digital on August 6.

Emma wakes up to find herself trapped in an abandoned bunker along with two other victims — Ben and Jamie — and they’re all on the run from three brutal ex-solders. Faced with either staying in the bunker or running away with the man who assaulted her and his friend, she chooses the second option.

Why have they been kidnapped? Why are Ben and Jamie there? Who is the real enemy? Those questions — and more — will be answered. There are also several brutal moments in this film, including a spoken part where the soldiers discuss what the animals that they rely on for carnal pleasure. It’s incredibly disgusting and if I say that, just imagine what that could entail.

That said, the film didn’t hold my interest at all. I kept turning it up hoping that a louder volume would help keep my interest. No matter how loud it got, I kept tuning it out.

DISCLAIMER: We were sent this movie by its PR team, but that has no impact on our review.

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