Unknown [DVD] [2006]

  • SKU: 8221382
  • Release Date: 01/30/2007
  • Rating: NR
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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 1)

    Special Features


    • Delted scenes
    • Extended scenes

    Synopsis


    Unknown
    Five men desperately try to recover their memories and piece together the traumatic events of the past several days in this independent thriller. In an abandoned warehouse, a handful of men slowly regain consciousness, but they've been stricken with amnesia and have no idea who they are, where they are, or what has happened to them. All five seem to have been in some sort of serious scuffle; one is tied up (Joe Pantoliano), another has been handcuffed (Jeremy Sisto), a third has a broken nose (Greg Kinnear), and the other two have their share of scrapes and bruises (Jim Caviezel and Barry Pepper). As the men compare the tiny shards of memory they can pull from their minds, one finds a newspaper from two days before, which features a front-page story about the kidnapping of a wealthy and well-known businessman. The men begin to suspect that they were involved with the kidnapping, but no one is sure if they're on the right or wrong side of the law -- or if one of them might happen to be the victim. The first feature film from veteran music-video director Simon Brand, Unknown also stars Peter Stormare, Bridget Moynahan, and Clayne Crawford. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • James Caviezel
      James Caviezel
    • Greg Kinnear
      Greg Kinnear
    • Joe Pantoliano
      Joe Pantoliano
    • Barry Pepper
      Barry Pepper
    • Jeremy Sisto
      Jeremy Sisto



    Customer rating

    3.0
    100%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      mysterious

      Posted
      kris24
      • Top 50 ContributorTop 50 Contributor

      Unknown is a pretty exciting movie and the cinematography is pretty impressive for an independent film. Each of the flashback scenes shows the memories of that person in a different way than the rest of the movie. This makes it easier to tell what is the past and what is the present. The end was confusing and at times it was hard to tell who was being shot.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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