THE COMPLEX: LOCKDOWN (2020) Preview of the movie version of the video game


‘Time is running out’

The Complex: Lockdown is a 2020 British science-fiction thriller feature film about a major bio-weapon attack on London. Afterwards, two scientists debate whether to save a suspected terrorist’s life. However, assassins have infiltrated the building and soon the scientists find themselves with time, and options, running out. Based on the full-motion video game.

Directed by Paul Raschid from a screenplay written by Lynn Renee Maxcy, the movie Michelle Mylett (Bad Blood), Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones; The Witch), Al Weaver, Kim Adis and Okorie Chukwu.


The Complex: Lockdown will be available digitally October 13th 2020.


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Cast and characters:

Michelle Mylett … Doctor Amy Tennant
Kate Dickie … Nathalie Kensington
Al Weaver … Rees Wakefield
Kim Adis … Clare Mahek
Okorie Chukwu … Parker Caplani
Rachel Petladwala … Emily Harrington
Vera Chok … Dima
Uwan Lam … Talo
Akie Kotabe … Mr Tanaka (Drunk Investor)
David Sargent … Mr Scarlett (Investor 2)
Georgie Rhys … Ms Bell (Investor 3)
Valeria Pilati … Ms Bianchi (Investor 4)
Leahviathan … Gamer Girl (as Leah Viathan)
Jonnie Hurn … Hazmat
Liz McMullen … Newsreader

Filming locations:

Discovery Park Ltd, Ramsgate Road, Dover, Kent, England (office scenes)
Sandwich Bay Estate, Sandwich, Dover, Kent, England (beach scenes)
Upton Farm, Richborough, Sandwich, Dover, Kent, England (video scene)

Technical details:

78 minutes
Aspect ratio: 1.78: 1

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