Seventy Nine

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Seventy- Nine is a horror about a series of secret government experiments conducted in the abandoned mental hospital on the new face of brainwashing – a project codenamed ‘Limes’.  ‘Limes’ is an ancient term describing a borderline between the civilized and barbaric world.  The movie was produced by Berenika Bailey and Jeff Solema and written and directed by Filip Maciejewicz.

Berenika Bailey: “Seventy-Nine is an edgy horror with a philosophical side to it. It’s smart and psychological, not your usual slasher”

It was written and executed by Polish up and coming director, Filip Maciejewicz who has several internationally shot thrillers, action and horror movies under his belt.

Director Filip Maciejewicz explains: “My number is 79, I’ve been erased – this tagline summarizes the film. Seventy-Nine is the number of the key patient in the mental hospital running experimental science project”.

Berenika Bailey adds: “The film is about new methods of brainwashing, tunnels of reality, mind manipulation and conspiracy theories. It definitely targets audiences”.

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