The Incite Mill: 7-Day Death Game (2010)
The Incite Mill: 7-Day Death Game is a Japanese movie directed by Hideo Nakata and based on a best-selling novel by Honobu Yonezawa. It was released by Warner Bros. in Japan on October 16, 2010.
- Original title
- インシテミル 7日間のデス・ゲーム
- Transliterated title
- Incite Mill - 7-nichikan no Death Game
- Release date
- October 16, 2010
Ten people are lured to the mysterious “Anki Mansion” by help wanted ads offering 112,000 yen per hour (about $1,200 USD). Participants are informed that they’ll be recorded 24 hours a day and are given two ominous rules: first, each of them must return to their private room by 10pm each night; and second, the experiment would continue either for 7 days or until there are only two survivors left. If all went according to plan, the participants would go home after 7 days, earning a total of 18 million yen. However, on the second day, one of them is shot to death.
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