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The Buried is an English-speaking psychothriller movie by Rodrigo Cortés from 2010. It is about the Iraq-based US lorryman Paul Conroy (Ryan Reynolds), who, after being assaulted, is buried vividly in a wood casket, with only a cigarette lighter, a bottle, a torch, a torch, a blade, light sticks, a crayon, a crayon and a hand.
It has met with a great response since its debut at the Sundance Festival. Paul Conroy, an Iraqi working US lorryman, woke up on 23 October 2006 and found himself buried in a living wood casket with only a Zippo light and a BlackBerry mobile with him.
Jabir demands that he pays a 5 million dollar redemption by 9 pm, or he is abandoned in the casket to perish. Counroy is calling the Foreign Ministry, which says it will not be paying the price because of the governments policies of not dealing with atrocities.
They' re linking him to Dan Brenner, the leader of the hostage task force, who says Conroy is doing their best to find him. It is Jabir who is calling Conroy, demanding that he make a film of a protest and threatens to kill one of his co-workers who made it. So Jabir lets the amount fall to $1 million.
Soon after, the area is shaken by remote blasts that damage his casket, which begins to fill gradually with sands. Continuing intermittent telephone conversations with Brenner, sceptical about the man's aid deeds. In order to confirm his serious intent, Brenner recounts Conroy of a 26-year-old man called Mark White, who was saved from a similar predicament three week earlier and told him that the child was at home and at home with his hosts.
Conroy later received a call from his employer informing him that he had been dismissed for an allegedly forbidden employment contract with a co-worker (the one who was executed) and that he and his familiy were therefore not eligible for any benefit or retirement income that he had been earning during his tenure in the work.
Brennan recalls, explaining that the blasts that had previously corrupted his casket were in fact several F-16 bomb attacks and that his captors may have been murdered. As Conroy begins to loose all hopes and does a last will and a will in cameo format and gives all his dresses to his boy and his wifes his own life-saving.
When Jabir recalls and demands that Jabir cut his own hand off, he threatens Conroy's home in Michigan if he rejects and says that he has killed all of his cubs. She picks herself up, cuts off one of his own digits and transmits the film. Soon after the tape is made, the mobile phones ring and Carroy begins to listen to burrowing and distorting vocals.
Votes become more clear and say to open the casket, and the casket opens. A few mikes later Brenner phones and says to Paul that they know where his whereabouts are and that they want to save him, and explains that an insurgents has told them where they can find a man buried dead.
Then Conroy gets a whiny call from his woman Linda, and he reassures her that he will be fine. When the sands keep filling the casket to hazardous heights and Conroy still has seconds to go, Brenner recalls and says that he and the rescuers have reached the grave.
The telephone can detect the trench, but Conroy can't detect any trench around him. They dig up a casket and open it, but it turns out the rebel took her to Mark White's casket, the man Brenner claims he was saviours. Now, when he knows that he cannot be salvaged, Conroy tries to settle down as he acknowledges his sadness.
Eventually the sands fill his casket and he chokes when the lights go out and the canvas turns blacken. There is a post-Credits sequence in which a cigarette lighters lights up the name "Mark White" on the casket cover that Paul wrote before. Made by Versus Entertainment from Barcelona in collaboration with The Safran Company and Dark Trick Films with the help of Instituto de Crédito Oficial, Studio 37/Kinology and Icon Movie Distributions.
Date of the event in the movie is given as October 23, 2006, Ryan Reynolds' thirteenth anniversary. Bury at the Sundance Movie Festival on January 23, 2010. The Lionsgate acquired the cinema privileges for the movie and gave it a restricted cinema launch on September 24, 2010 and another one two week later, on October 8, 2010.
Launched at San Diego Comic-Con International 2010, the second trailers featured selected editions of Dinner for Schmucks, Resident Evil: Afterlife, The Expendables and The Last Exorcism. It was presented at the Deauville American Movie Festival in the Contest and the Toronto International Movie Festival, in September 2010.
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