Grand Piano (2013) | Elijah Wood is under threat in a stylish Hitchcock-styled Speed in a concert hall thrill ride
PLAY OR DIE
Five years after his epic failure trying to play the impossible piece, La Cinquette, brilliant classical pianist Tom Selznik (Elijah Wood) prepares to return to the spotlight playing on his late mentor’s prized Bösendorfer piano at a packed Chicago concert hall. Already crippled with stage fright, Tom’s performance takes a sinister turn when he discovers a threatening note on his music sheet: ‘Play one wrong note and you die’. Through an earpiece, an unseen sniper (John Cusack) tells him that his wife Emma (Kerry Bishé) will be shot if he attempts to raise the alarm. Now Tom must give the performance of a lifetime just to survive!
SPEED SET IN A CONCERT HALL
Drawing its inspiration from Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much, this fast-paced thriller from Spanish director Eugenio Mira and the producers of Buried is a stylish 90-minute symphony of suspense. Imagine
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