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Okay, so let me get this straight. Actor Idris Elba, who you'll know if you watched HBO's The Wire, is producing a teen thriller called Suicide Kids about a group of kids who decide to form a suicide pact and then realize that they are ALSO getting murdered by a serial killer which gives them the will to live. What? I mean, I know I have to see the flick to know how it all plays out, but two things jump out at me on this one. First, if they were already planning to kill themselves then who cares if killer does the job instead? And second, what are the chances? But if Elba is involved I'll give it the benefit of the doubt.

Synopsis:
When a young girl [Amber] takes her own life, her friend Archie Eden and seven other London teenagers decide to follow her lead and create a suicide pact. As the group begins to die one by one, Archie realizes they have become the target of a masked killer. The suicide kids decide that life is too valuable to throw away. Unfortunately, the decision is no longer theirs...

Suicide Kids is written and directed by Arjun Rose and stars Ashley Walters, Alex Rider, Andrew Ellis, Tulisa Contostavlos, Arnold Oceng, Reggie Yates, Emma Rigby, Femi Oyineran, Jack Doolan, Robert Sheehan, Jason Maza, Jenni Jacques, and Shanika Warren-Markland.

It is due in UK theatres on June 10th 2011.

Trailer trailer (via: 28DLA) after the break.





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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

it's called psychology! Yea we'll kill ourselves, then they get murdered or someone get's murdered, oh crap this is real! Let's live....
pretty simple psychology.

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Michael Allen (8 years ago) Reply

Okay, I totally do not understand the Anonymous comment. How can I kill myself and then be murdered? Am I a zombie?

Either way, I like the premise on this one. Is the antagonist motivating them to live? Or, is the film about the "death instinct," from Freud? The death instinct is actually psychology, aka Thanatos.

Nice post.

Mike


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