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Flatliners Full Movie
Country: United States
Category: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date: 29 September, 2017
Director: Niels Arden Oplev
Starring: Nina Dobrev, Ellen Page, Diego Luna
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 98 minutes
Flatliners is a 2017 American horror-mystery thriller film directed by Niels Arden Oplev and written by Peter Filardi Joel Schumacher, who continues to receive criticism for his Batman & Robin, in the 1990s also directed Flatliners, a thriller starring many of the famous young actors of the time who were not Tom Cruise . All to introduce a group of medical students who experiment with death and begin to experience very rare situations.
The premise had potential, but the result was not exactly the best. Especially with some casting decisions that got the mix to the worst of the Baldwin brothers. But during the last decade a new version was in development that is in charge of Niels Arden Oplev, the director of the original version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Today the first official trailer of Flatliners (Dead Line: Limit), sequel of the film of science fiction and psychological horror of equal title, released 27 years ago has been released.
Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, and Kiersey Clemons are all featured in the film’s first film, “You Do not Know What It’s Like to Live Until You Die.”
Fatliners (Mortal Line) is one of the classics in the horror genre of the nineties – but more for its visual impact than the plot – about five medical students in Chicago trying to discover that there is beyond death for which they do an experiment with the objective to have near experiences inducing death for a few minutes and then being resurrected. Those who go through the experiment begin to suffer a series of increasingly violent hallucinations. Screenwriter Peter Filardi was inspired by the case of a close friend who had surgery on anesthesia and experienced a near-death experience.
Released in 1990 for Halloween, the feature was directed by Joel Schumacher and starring Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon and the protagonist, Kierfer Sutherland. The film received an Oscar nomination for best sound editing and over the years has become a cult movie for fans of the genre.
The sequel Mortal Line: Al Límite, whose plot does not seem to distance much from the original, will premiere on September 29 in the US and October 26 in our territory.
It’s no secret that looks can be deceiving, something The Vampire Diaries‘ Nina Dobrev has first-hand knowledge of. This is especially true of her upcoming film, Flatliners, a remake of Joel Schumacher’s cult classic in which Dobrev’s character is put through the ringer, to say the least — from burns, to resuscitation efforts, you name it. During a recent interview with EW, Dobrev proved there’s more to playing an unconscious person than meets the eye.
First though, the most striking (literally) of her stunts is one Dobrev admits might not even make it into the final cut: a burn that engulfs half of her character’s body. Though technology has made obvious leaps and bounds in the nearly three decades since the original Flatliners, these flames weren’t just courtesy of CGI.
So how was Dobrev set alight? “Well, first of all, your wardrobe gets fireproofed, which is a certain chemical that can’t really burn. They dip your clothes in it and let that dry. And then they put this jelly stuff all over your skin and underneath,” she explains. “They put gas on your arm — well, they did on my arm — and then they come at me with a blowtorch, right before they call ‘Action.’ They call ‘Action,’ they light my arm on fire, I have to act like I’m on fire — which I am — and react to the scariness of it, which wasn’t too hard,” she laughs. “And then, after a few seconds, as it moves up my arm, they call cut, and they run in with fire extinguishers. So it goes from hot to cold very, very quickly. … We did that…five or six times at least? You also have to get it from different angles
Weeks of training at the hands of medical consultant Lindsay Somers helped the cast to accurately portray med students and how the human body would react to certain procedures or scenarios.
In terms of resuscitation, Dobrev explained, “When you get shocked by the paddles, you have to lift your chest, but the rest of your body has to stay limp, so it was pretty tricky to stay as still as possible, and breathe as little as possible, keep your eyes open, and still have a limp body whilst your chest moves.”
As if that doesn’t sound uncomfortable enough, she revealed, “You have a tube in your mouth, you’re hooked up to an IV, and somebody is performing CPR on you — the chest compressions. And we [were] faking them, but you still have to put a lot of energy into when you’re faking it. So I remember leaving set and my whole chest was bruised underneath my bra, from the chest compressions. And the hours [were] so long, and you’re doing it for so long, but it’s still really, really fun. Definitely a full-body workout.”