Cube 2: Hypercube

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Year:
2002
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I don't know.

Please, we have to move!

Uh... here.

Okay. Sasha, we're going to have

to climb a bit of a ladder.

Hold on to me.

- Move quickly.

- Get me out of here!

Help!

- Help me!

- Oh God!

There's a guy hanging.

I can't hold him much longer!

- Okay. I'm coming.

- Oh my God.

What's happening?

Hurry!

Hang on. Hang on.

Hang on.

Grab his...

I'm coming.

I'm coming.

Here...

Good girl. Good girl.

Sasha,

you're going to be okay.

Just stay here.

You're going to be okay.

There you are.

You've found some friends, huh?

Help me get him down.

Fantastic.

- Give me some space.

- I'm here.

- I can grab his legs.

- I'm loosening the belt.

All right.

All right. I got him.

I'm losing it.

Ready, you got it?

- Yeah.

- Hurry.

There it goes.

I know you want a cigarette,

but not yet.

- Slowly. Easy.

- I've got his legs.

Lean him up against this wall.

Okay. Watch his head.

That's it.

Just make sure he's upright.

He's alive.

He's breathing.

Good.

He's military.

Colonel Thomas H. Maguire,

Department of Defense,

Jesus Christ.

He's Pentagon,

hi-tech liaison.

You...

how the hell would you know?

A buddy of mine's doing 10- 20 upstate

for cracking the mainframe

on the Pentagon two years ago.

I helped him write the code.

Maybe that's why I'm in here.

You know for sure we're in prison?

- I'm assuming--

- You know what they say.

Thanks.

That's helpful.

Jerry Whitehall. Thanks.

Simon Grady.

That's Kate.

Sasha.

I'm sorry. I didn't get your name.

Max Reisler.

- Thanks.

- Sasha...

Sasha...

Jerry, could you...

Sure, of course.

Come on, sit him up.

Let's get you sitting up straight here.

Sasha, you okay?

This man's been beaten badly.

He's been tortured.

Look at his hand.

- Cigarette burns.

- Jesus.

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