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On a Friday evening, four people board the elevator in an office building. After it gets stuck, they soon realize that their cries for help go unheeded. Desperate, they decide to free themselves on their own and climb out through a hatch. When their lives are in great danger, a fight breaks out and the situation escalates completely. With every additional minute in this claustrophobic narrowness, the veil of superficiality lifts and reveals a glimpse into the human abyss that is much deeper than the elevator shaft beneath their feet.
directed by: Carl Schenkel
starring: Götz George, Wolfgang Kieling, Renée Soutendijk
1984 / 90 min / 1.66:1 / German and English DTS HD-MA 1.0 + German DTS-HD MA 5.1
- Region Free 4k UHD/Blu-ray
- 4K UHD features Dolby Vision and HDR
- Interview with actor Hannes Jaenicke (approx 28 Min.)
- Interview DP Jacques Steyn (approx 19 Min.)
- Alternate version (with SD Inserts)
- Isolated music track (DTS-HD Master Audio)
- English opening & end credits (silent)
- Opening & end credits textless (silent)
- German theatrical trailer
- English subtitles