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'NOWHERE IS SAFE THIS NIGHT' (MORE ACTION THAN THE FIRST)
17 November 2014
Crime in 'America' remains at an all-time low as a result of the 'Founding-Fathers' permitting an
annual permit on the 21st March -22nd March 7 p.m - 7 a.m when crime does not get punished,
kill, steal, anything goes, 365 days crime undertaken in one-night - The Purge'
If you are not participating, stay off the streets, remain at home, lock-down, if necessary protect
yourself if you are able to do so.
We follow young couple 'Shane' (Zach Gifford) and 'Liz' (Kiele Sanchez) who's car breaks down
far from safety prior to the 7 p.m lock-down, mother and 'Eva' (Carmen Ejogo) and daughter 'Cali'
('Zoe Soul) who are snatched by a group of 'purge -thrill' seekers, and saved by ex-cop vigilante
'Leo' (Frank Grillo)
Trying to seek refuge 'Shane' and 'Eva' clambering into 'Leo's' car whilst he's busy saving mother
and daughter, the five, now run, hide, and hope to be around at 7.01 a.m, though babysitting the
four wasn't really part of 'Leo's' agenda, he is seeking revenge for the death of his son.
Together, can they survive the night ?
The first in the series i feel was a far more tense affair, this though a little more predictable has
considerably more action in this kill or be killed tale played out on the city streets.
* Deleted Scenes
* Behind the Anarchy