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86 min

United States of America

Asher-Angel, Edward-Balaban, Christine-Uhebe


**Isolation and Control: A Gripping Thriller** In the movie "Lazareth," the audience is plunged into a world where survival means staying isolated from a deadly pandemic. Lee, played convincingly by [cast], takes on the responsibility of raising her nieces, Imogen and Maeve, in a remote cabin deep in the woods. The girls are taught from a young age that the outside world is dangerous, and their only chance at survival is by following Lee's strict rules of avoidance. For **over 10 years**, Imogen and Maeve grow up believing that their secluded life is the only way to stay safe. They are cut off from society, with Lee as their sole connection to the outside world. The tension builds as the girls begin to question the reality they have been raised in when they encounter an injured man in the woods near their cabin. As Lee's control starts to crumble, Imogen and Maeve's curiosity about the outside world grows. The dynamic shifts, leading to a **tense and suspenseful** exploration of trust, deception, and the lengths one will go to protect their loved ones. "Lazareth" is a **gripping thriller** that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats as the story unfolds. The film challenges the audience to question the boundaries of isolation, control, and the true meaning of survival in a world ravaged by a deadly pandemic. With stellar performances and a captivating storyline, "Lazareth" is a must-watch for fans of suspenseful and thought-provoking cinema.