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The Furies

R18 Horror

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Synopsis

A gripping female-driven horror film where a young woman faces her darkest fears with seven other unwilling participants in a deadly game. A game that can only have one winner. The film burrows into universal themes of survival, revenge and redemption, and reveals the darkness lurking within us all.

Release Date 7 November 2019
Running Time 1hr 22m
Rating R18 | High impact horror violence, blood and gore
Cast Airlie Dodds, Linda Ngo, Taylor Ferguson, Ebony Vagulans
Director Tony D'Aquino

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