Taj Mahal

Synopsis: One evening, while her parents go out for dinner, 18-year-old Louise, alone in her hotel room at Taj Mahal Mumbai, hears strange noises out in the corridor. Within minutes, she realises that a terrorist attack is underway. Her only connection to the outside world is her cell phone, which allows her to remain contact with her father
Genre: Thriller
91 min

I have to work from here.

It doesn't suit me at all.

We can stay a bit longer.

Come on, no one's died!

- Are you sure?

- Yes.

We have a separate table.

I'll watch a movie and rest.

It's the two- hour drive?

You should'nt be on your own

like this. It's depressing.

- I'll be fine. I'll watch a dvd.

- Which one?

Hiroshima mon amour.

You're gonna have

a fun evening.

I'm teasing you. Here.

It's a beautiful film.

Let's go or

we'll never get there.

Are you sure you'll be ok?

I'll be fine. Really! Just go.

- See you later.

- See you later.


"You saw nothing in Hiroshima."


Come on.


- Did you hear that?

- Yeah.

Anyone there?

Please, go back to your room.

- What's going on?

- Go back to your room!

- What's going on?

- Please miss, go back to your room!

Please go back to your room!

Sh.t, sh.t.

- Hello?

- Yes?

- Can you hear me miss?

- Yes? What's going on?

It's ok. Don't worry.

Just turn off the lights

in your room please.

Turn off? Turn off the lights?

Yes, please. Turn off the lights.

All the lights, please.

And lock your room.


Hello? Hello?

Dad, where are you?

- Listen carefully.

- What's going on?

- An attack on the hotel.

- What?

We only just found out.

You're coming to get me?

Yes, of course.

You really have to hide, ok?

- Yes.

Stay in the bathroom.

- Yes.

I'll call you back.

The ring tone.

Yes, Dad?

Pierre's at the hotel.

Maybe he can help. Call him.

But where are you?

We're trying to get there.

F..k, f..k, f..k...

Calm down.

We'll get there when we can.

Call Pierre.

I'll send you his number.

I hang up now?

Yes, sweetheart. See you soon.

- Okay.

Come on...

Yes, Pierre?

Can you hear me?

It's Louise.

Your dad called.

You're upstairs?

Yes, in my room on the 4th floor.

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