In “Blast – Against Time” we meet Sonia (Nora Arnezeder), who defuses explosive devices and bombs for a private company. However, her professional experience only helps her to a limited extent when she notices that a live anti-tank mine is planted under her car while a countdown of just 30 minutes starts. The situation is particularly hair-raising because her young son and partner Fred’s (Pierre Kiwitt) young daughter are trapped in the car with her.
Together with her hastily alerted colleagues, the young mother has to take up the fight against time. Otherwise, you, your family and the entire area will be reduced to rubble in the Paris parking garage. Sonia tries everything to free herself and the children from the sealed off deathtrap on four wheels. It becomes clear to her: It can’t be a coincidence that she of all people is supposed to be the victim of this attack…
“Blast – Against the Time” will be released in Germany on October 7, 2022 on Blu-ray and DVD. Both discs with FSK-12 approval can already be pre-ordered from online providers such as Amazon. If you don’t want to wait for the haptic image carrier to appear, you can watch the film at the same place Buy now digitally and stream immediately:
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Nora Arnezeder stars in Vanya Peirani-Vignes’ directorial and screenwriting debut. In 2021, the Parisian could be seen in local cinemas as the protagonist in Tim Fehlbaum’s successful sci-fi drama “Tides”. However, most film fans should know her from Zack Snyder’s Netflix megahit “Army Of The Dead” or Alexandre Aja’s horror thriller “Maniac”, with which she achieved her international breakthrough.
Other parts here include Alika Del Sol (“Mortals”), Radivoje Bukvic from “Die Hard 5 – A Good Day to Die”, Pierre Kiwitt (“The Zurich Thriller”) and Edouard Montoute (“Taxi 1 – 5”) included. If you don’t want to miss “Blast – Against Time” and other important reboots – whether cinema, streaming or home cinema – then simply subscribe to our free newsletterwhich comes out every Thursday.
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