The Loft DVD

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Taking its cues from director Erik Van Looy's own Belgian thriller of the same name, 'The Loft' sees five married friends embark on a decision to rent their very own loft apartment for exclusive use as a home for their extra-marital affairs.

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Signature Entertainment 
Classification
Runtime
99 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060262853238 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play Karl Urban and James Marsden star in this mystery thriller in which five married men use a shared penthouse loft in the city to conduct their illicit affairs. Their fantasy is torn apart when Luke (Wentworth Miller) discovers a woman's dead body handcuffed to a bed in the apartment leading the five friends, who possess the only keys, to suspect each other of her murder. As they are all interrogated by detectives Huggins (Kristin Lehman) and Cohagan (Robert Wisdom), the number of potential suspects only seems to increase as their complex affairs unravel...

Karl Urban and James Marsden star in this mystery thriller in which five married men use a shared penthouse loft in the city to conduct their illicit affairs. Their fantasy is torn apart when Luke (Wentworth Miller) discovers a woman's dead body handcuffed to a bed in the apartment leading the five friends, who possess the only keys, to suspect each other of her murder. As they are all interrogated by detectives Huggins (Kristin Lehman) and Cohagan (Robert Wisdom), the number of potential suspects only seems to increase as their complex affairs unravel...

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