Indie Trailer Sunday: The Disappearance of Alice Creed Trailer

April 11, 2010
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The Disappearance of Alice Creed Trailer

Before British actress Gemma Arterton was being given big Hollywood roles (Prince of Persia, Clash of the Titans) she starred in various British indie films, including this one. The Disappearance of Alice Creed was the last film I saw at the Toronto Film Festival last year but is still one film that has stuck with me ever since (read my review). It's somewhat of a thriller about two guys who kidnap a girl for ransom, but plan out everything meticulously, and it would've gone off without a hitch if -- well, you'll see what happens in the trailer. Thankfully this doesn't give away too much, as it still is just a UK trailer for now. Check it out.

Watch the UK trailer for J Blakeson's The Disappearance of Alice Creed:

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Two men fortify a nondescript British apartment so it can serve as a prison, then kidnap a woman and tie her to a bed. Before there's even time to react, we're plunged into a nasty situation, but not a simple one.

The Disappearance of Alice Creed is written and directed by up-and-coming British filmmaker J Blakeson, who made his feature debut on this after a few shorts. This first premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year and also showed at the London Film Festival. Anchor Bay Entertainment is distributing this in the US but hasn't started up any of their marketing yet. They're bringing The Disappearance of Alice Creed to limited US theaters starting on August 6th late this summer, although that date could change.

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Reader Feedback - 18 Comments


Looks good.

cintilla on Apr 11, 2010


Speaking of indie trailers. You wait till you see this (if you haven't seen it yet): Frickin' bad-ass short. It'll come to US sooner or later. It have to. 🙂

Sandro on Apr 11, 2010


Oi..."a proper nail bitah!!?" You says this kind of shieght? Bollucks!

jeffrey on Apr 11, 2010


looks good, Eddie Marsan made it better!

Xerxex on Apr 11, 2010


I saw nipple

mds on Apr 11, 2010


#5 ??? Talk about all those twists................... Give up the whole film in a trailer much

SHANEDAV on Apr 11, 2010


😀 looks fantastic!

PJ H on Apr 11, 2010


All the actors are good, the guy from from Sweet Sixteen is a great actor, but as a few folk have pointed out we've just about watched the entire film in 3 minutes,

Crapola on Apr 11, 2010


first, #2........"EM" looks awesome! on topic: "disappearance" looks very interesting - i'll be seeing it.

beavis on Apr 11, 2010


Looks pretty interesting....I'll definitely see it. Gemma Arterton is hot.

Jacen Achilles on Apr 11, 2010


hmm, looks like there is a bit reverse Stockholm Syndrome there. Looks interesting.

Deathtoll 2010 on Apr 11, 2010


Holy Snapping Duck Shit! Can't wait to see that.

DiR3cT on Apr 11, 2010


If you've seen the film and believe the trailer gives it up in three minutes...fine. State that, we'll process your opinion and move on. If not, shut it. What I saw could go either way...and in my opinion it looks intriguing enough to warrant the gamble...

Frank N. Stein on Apr 12, 2010


This might be a good thriller, but it will probley get overshadowd by the Release of a Nightmare on Elm Street Remake which gets released the same week.

Cineprog on Apr 12, 2010


That's it. I'm definitely seeing this at the Tribeca Film Festival!

Alex on Apr 12, 2010


Nice one Frank, keep processing.

Crapola on Apr 12, 2010


Interesting......I will watch this.

arjones on Apr 12, 2010


Nevermind that the movie looks good. It stars Gemma 'La Belleza" Arterton. Oh how i wish i lived in the UK.

tcmn on Jul 7, 2010

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