20 mei 2021
Michael Nader
Jordan Hayes
Max Topplin (Carrie)
James McGowan (Total Recall, Suicide Squad)
Rosemary Dunsmore (Orphan Black)
Paul Kaye (After Life)
Jaar: 2020

A Première TV Distribution Release

Collectie: 1 van 3

The Toll


Midden in de nacht stranden Cami en haar rideshare-chauffeur in een bos waar de normale wetten van tijd en plaats niet van toepassing lijken. De schimmen en visioenen die overal opduiken, hebben een niet mis te verstane boodschap. De enige manier om weg te komen, is door "de tol" te betalen. En die tol is de dood. Maar slechts één van hen hoeft te sterven...

Production Notes from IMDbPro

Status: Completed | See complete list of in-production titles »
Updated: 28 February 2020
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Credited cast:
Jordan Hayes Jordan Hayes ... Cami
Max Topplin Max Topplin ... Spencer
James McGowan James McGowan ... Neil
Rosemary Dunsmore Rosemary Dunsmore ... Lorraine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicole Power Nicole Power ... Clara
Sean Sullivan Sean Sullivan ... Doctor
Madison Walsh Madison Walsh ... Greta
Thomas L. Colford Thomas L. Colford ... Weston
Jess Brown Jess Brown ... Cynthia
Sharon McFarlane Sharon McFarlane ... Andrea
Sarah Camacho Sarah Camacho ... Mary
Pamela MacDonald Pamela MacDonald ... Dying Cami
Anthony Ulc Anthony Ulc ... Police Officer
Shaina Silver-Baird Shaina Silver-Baird ... Magda
Katelyn McCulloch Katelyn McCulloch ... Charlotte
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  • The two leads, the great set-up, and the overall love for the genre embedded in every scene leads to an overall success.
  • Nader puts well-earned trust in his two leads, as Hayes and Topplin ably engage our sympathy and occasional suspicion as their characters’ situation keeps shifting. As they become more deeply ensnared in the Toll Man’s web, Nader unveils a series of revelations, some of which work and surprise us better than others. Cami and Spencer’s personal histories inevitably come into play, and what we learn about Cami has a low-hanging-fruit feeling when it comes to motivating backstory. While these past circumstances add a bit of depth to the duo, THE TOLL is at its best when it’s observing them in the moment, faced with uncertain and frightening circumstances and just trying to figure out a way to survive the night.


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