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Director  Alastair Orr
Music director  Giona Ostinelli
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Language  English
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror
Screenplay  Max Roberts
Country  United States
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Release date  April 20, 2014 (2014-04-20) (Tribeca Film Festival)
Cast  Zachary Soetenga (Scott), Lindsey McKeon (Steph), Sofia Pernas (Elena), Pierson Fode (Trevor), Jamie Anderson (Charlie), Juanxo Villaverde (Julio)
Similar movies  The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), Haunted (2012), Death Weekend (1976), Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (2001), Cut Bank (2014)

Indigenous is a 2014 American horror film directed by Alastair Orr and written by Max Roberts. It stars Zachary Soetenga, Lindsey McKeon, Sofia Pernas, Pierson Fode, Jamie Anderson, Juanxo Villaverde and Laura Penuela.

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Plot

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Five friends, Scott (Zachary Soetenga) and his girlfriend Steph (Lindsey McKeon), Elena (Sofia Pernas), Trevor (Pierson Fode) and Charlie (Jamie Anderson) meet in Panama for vacation. While partying at night, Trevor meets the natives Carmen (Laura Penuela) and Julio (Juanxo Villaverd). Scott becomes interested in exploring the Darien Gap, despite a number of people believing that a group of teenagers were murdered by a chupacabra in the area, including Julio who warns the group away from going. However, Carmen tells the group of a beautiful waterfall deep in the jungle and convinces them to hike there.

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The following morning, Julio realizes that Carmen has taken the group into the jungle despite his warnings, and sets off to find them. Meanwhile, the group hike far into the jungle to reach the waterfall. After some time, Trevor and Carmen leave the rest of the group to be alone, but begin to hear strange noises in the jungle. While Trevor is investigating, Carmen disappears. They attempt phoning her, but find her phone smashed nearby, before losing service, leaving them stranded in the jungle. As night falls, the group realize that they are being stalked. After catching a glimpse of a wild animal, the group scatter through the jungle in terror, and Charlie is attacked and killed. Elena and Trevor discover the body and run into Scott and Steph. Scott decides to try and reach higher ground in order to get cell-phone service. After leaving the others, Scott records a distress video, hoping it will reach someone who can help. However, he is interrupted by the others screaming and rushes back, only to find a bloodied Trevor, who is quickly dragged away. Scott follows him into a cave where he finds the chupacabra's lair, then flees and catches up with Steph and Elena.

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Trevor awakens in the cave with a broken leg and finds Carmen's mauled body. He attempts to escape from the cave, but is attacked and killed. The following day, Scott's video has been posted on social media and has gone viral, prompting a search and rescue mission by Panama authorities, accompanied by Julio. Having survived the night, Scott, Steph and Elena are once again attacked by the chupacabra. While running through the jungle, Steph breaks her ankle. Scott stays with Steph while Elena leaves to flag down the attention of an overhead helicopter. However, as the helicopter crew plans to land Elena is attacked by the chupacabra. Soon afterwards, Scott and Steph are also attacked, but military personnel arrive and shoot the chupacabra, saving them.

Cast

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  • Zachary Soetenga as Scott
  • Lindsey McKeon as Steph
  • Sofia Pernas as Elena
  • Pierson Fode as Trevor
  • Jamie Anderson as Charlie
  • Juanxo Villaverde as Julio
  • Laura Penuela as Carmen
  • Michael Mealor as Marlon
  • Production

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    Indigenous was shot on location in Panama. Director Orr credited his cast and crew with making the film possible, as they had to carry all of the equipment themselves through the jungle.

    Release

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    Indigenous premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. It later played at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

    Reception

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    Mark Adams of Screen Daily wrote that it is "modestly entertaining" and "a well-made B-Movie" despite the familiar plot and one-note acting.


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    References

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