Your Company


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Canada · 1997
Rated R · 1h 30m
Director Vincenzo Natali
Starring Nicole de Boer, Nicky Guadagni, Maurice Dean Wint, David Hewlett
Genre Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller

With no memory of how they got there, seven strangers wake up in a mysterious cube-shaped prison cell. Surrounded by deadly traps, the group agrees to work together to find their way out, combining their unique skill sets to escape the endless maze.

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L.A. Weekly by Ernest Hardy

Although character arcs are a little too abruptly truncated as the story moves, Natali never fumbles the big picture.


The A.V. Club by Keith Phipps

For his first feature, Canadian director Vincenzo Natali has, like the setting of his film, created a complex piece of work around an essentially simple foundation.


Austin Chronicle by Marc Savlov

It's an existential, Kafka-esque nightmare with no real resolution, although if you've been biding your time waiting to see some high-strung, ham-handed bickering on-screen, this is your A-ticket.


Entertainment Weekly by Owen Gleiberman

This very Canadian thriller (i.e., no humor, lots of literal-minded future-shock portentousness) certainly does a number on you, though not necessarily a pleasurable one.


The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Rick Groen

With its confined setting and its existential predicament, the picture owes an ostensible debt to the likes of Pinter and Kafka and Pirandello -- you know, Six Characters in Search of an Author, or, failing that, just getting the hell out of this weird place.


Film Threat by Ron Wells

With basically a single set and a limited cast, the producers get the most of their limited budget, particular with a couple of spectacular death scenes.

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