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The Numbers Station

THE NUMBERS STATION

 The Code Has Never Been Compromised Until Now

DVD & Blu-Ray Released: 1st July 2013

Starring Malin Akerman (Watchmen, The Heartbreak Kid) John Cusack (Being John Malkovich, 2012) Liam Cunningham (Game Of Thrones, Doctor Who, Merlin)

The raw pace of ‘Taken’, the suspense of ‘Collateral’ and the non-stop twists of ‘Inside Man’ combine in THE NUMBERS STATION; a breakneck thriller that is impossible to resist right up till its explosive and mind-blowing climax.

From the Furst brothers, the Producers of ‘Daybreakers’, ‘The Matador’ and ‘The Cooler’, comes THE NUMBERS STATION, a potent mix of ‘Bourne’-style action and ‘Assault on Precinct 13’ thrills… In order to stay alive, you must learn who to trust, who to protect and who to kill.

Emerson, a disgraced black ops agent, is tasked with a dead-end job protecting 20 year old Katherine, the code operator for a small CIA broadcast station in a barren region. Emerson’s mission is simple: protect Katherine. Keep her safe and keep her secure.

When a car bomb outside the station signals an ambush, the pair is forced to take refuge in the station itself, using Emerson’s deadly combat skills as their only weapon. But Emerson’s call for back-up prompts orders which make his blood run cold and throw his loyalties into question: “Secure location. Retire asset”.

Under attack from a group of unknown, but lethal aggressors with only a recorded message from the previous broadcaster’s bodyguard to go on, Emerson and Katherine find themselves in a life-or-death struggle against a resolute enemy. With the station compromised, an unclear target and no escape, the truth becomes their priority if they want to make it out alive.

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