|Cast||Nick Ashdon Neil McDermott Oliver Boot Mark Dexter Tracy Ifeachor Sharon Duncan-Brewster Joseph Kloska Adam Best Jay Taylor Cicely Tennant Isabella Calthorpe|
|Runtime||UK:76 min, 80 min|
|Plot||In October 2005, five young people were kidnapped in the Highlands of Scotland. Stripped and abandoned in the the wilderness, they were forced into a deadly game where the hunters became the hunted. Their ordeal was filmed by an extreme animal rights group as a warning to others: if you hunt... you're fair game. Combining dramatic reconstruction and compelling interviews with the survivors, BLOODED finally tells the full story behind one of the most extreme internet virals of modern times.... search for Blooded on IMDb|
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|United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Cast/Crew Interview(s), Commentary, Interactive Menu, Making Of, Scene Access, Short Film, SYNOPSIS: Blooded is a 2011 British independent horror/thriller film. Written by James Walker, and produced by Magma Pictures and Ptarmigan ACP, it is the directorial debut of Edward Boase. The film premiered at the Bradford International Film Festival on March 18, 2011. The plot involves an animal rights action group calling themselves the "Real Animal League", which kidnaps five young deer hunters and then hunts them. It is filmed in a mockumentary style, imitating a real documentary film. As part of the promotion, distributor Revolver Entertainment created a website, realanimalleague.com, for the fictional Real Animal League (RAL), which mentions the film. An email statement to the real animal rights group, Animal Liberation Front (ALF), supposedly from the RAL claiming that the film misrepresented them, was reprinted on the ALF website. The Evening Standard reported that the film "caused outrage after graphic scenes showing activists attacking five deer-stalkers were posted on the internet, in a viral publicity campaign," and the film's topic has provoked reactions from parties on both side of the hunting debate in the UK.|
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