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For today’s movie review, we step back in time to the COVID pandemic with the new release of Fuica film images and 8cubes of thriller, camping trip. The gritty thriller will be available as a digital download on August 16th in the UK, US and Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.

camping trip Stars Leo Zola (Leonardo Fuica), Caitlin Cameron, Hannah Forest Briand and Alex Gravenstein and directed by Leonardo and Demian Fuica, both making their English-language feature-length directorial debuts.

In the summer of 2020, two couples choose a COVID era Camping trip after months of lockdown. The freedom of nature and the company of their best friends give the group a rare sense of normalcy, but although they are isolated, they are not alone. Nearby during a botched levy, two idiots decide to go rogue; accidentally entangled the campers. What started out as a fun vacation quickly turns into a test of loyalty and survival. Suddenly, the pandemic is the least of their worries.

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It is very unsettling to go back to a time when the world came to a standstill and many feared a virus that had almost completely taken over the world and therefore took the time to watch a film made during the height of the pandemic 2020 was something I wasn’t entirely sure about, but it’s interesting to see how some filmmakers have managed to bring us films shot with strict health and safety procedures in order to be able to produce new content.

camping trip Leading us to a somber start to the film with music that certainly makes us feel like this is a world we don’t really want to return to, the imagery is a reminder of what we’ve all had to go through and what we hope we won’t be leaving again through.

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Our masked campers Coco and Ace (Alex Gravenstein and Hannah Forest-Briant) as well as Enzo and Polly (Leonardo Fuica and Caitlin Cameron) are so excited to be together again and have a fun time together, they are all certainly dealing with the troubles of the pandemic bring to light.

Upon arrival at the lake, the couples do something we all did at the first opportunity back then, they all come together and hug, something we’ve all taken for granted and missed so much during the pandemic.

After having a great time away from the world, their world is turned upside down with a discovery that they initially think will make their lives easier, but that only changes by sharing it with a slightly brutal and wonderful shot sequence in slow motion around the campfire This is not only shocking but something I really didn’t see coming but it looks so good with the darkness and only the light of the roaring flames of the fire to complement the scene with some great cinematography brighten up

The film isn’t suspenseful, but it works in the circumstances under which it was shot. It certainly won’t be to everyone’s taste and those who want real horror may be a little disappointed, but Camping Trip’s thriller side works.

The soundtrack by Michel DeMars certainly works for moments of shock and suspense, it blends well with the cinematography by Demian Fuica and Tibo L’Amy.

Camping Trip will be available as a digital download starting August 16th.

A pandemic and friendship, a deadly combination

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Movie title: Camping Trip (2021)

Movie description: In the summer of 2020, two couples decide to go on a COVID-era camping trip after months of lockdown. The freedom of nature and the company of their best friends give the group a rare sense of normalcy, but although they are isolated, they are not alone.

Release date: August 2, 2022

Country: United Kingdom

Duration: 1 hr 45 mins

Director(s): Demian Fuica, Leonardo Fuica

Actor: Leonardo Fuica, #Caitlin Cameron, Alex Gravenstein

Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

Camping Trip (2021) Review – Available for digital download on August 16th

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