Towards Darkness

  • 2008
  • Movie
  • R
  • Crime, Drama, Thriller

Colombian-born writer-director Antonio Negret's kidnapping thriller tackles the same subject matter as Hollywood's big-budget, star driven PROOF OF LIFE (2000). But it's a grittier and more viscerally affecting film, despite its arty flashback/flashforward structure and a couple of plot twists too many. Jose Gutierrez (Roberto Urbina, of TV's Gilmore...read more

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Towards Darkness
01:51 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
01:42 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
01:42 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
01:03 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
01:08 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
00:45 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)
Towards Darkness
01:44 — The son of a Colombian banker, photographer Jose (Roberto Urbina) lives abroad in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holi (more…)

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  • Released: 2008
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Colombian-born writer-director Antonio Negret's kidnapping thriller tackles the same subject matter as Hollywood's big-budget, star driven PROOF OF LIFE (2000). But it's a grittier and more viscerally affecting film, despite its arty flashback/flashforward… (more)

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