|The 11th Hour|
|Directed by||Anders Morgenthaler|
|Written by||Anders Morgenthaler|
|Produced by||Marie Cecilie Gade |
|Cinematography||Sturla Brandth Grøvlen|
|Edited by||Olivia Neergaard-Holm|
|Music by||Jóhann Jóhannsson|
|Distributed by|| TrustNordisk (DE, DK)|
Brainstorm Media (US)
The 11th Hour (also knownas I Am Here ) is a 2014 American drama film directed and written by Anders Morgenthaler and starring Kim Basinger and Jordan Prentice. The film was released on VOD.
Hamburg-based businesswoman Maria, in her 40s, has achieved everything in her job and is married, but her being childless makes her unhappy. After another miscarriage, she learns that she will never be a mother of her life because of her age. Maria decides to check a rumor that prostitutes in Eastern Europe may sell their newborns for money. In search of a woman who could sell her a baby, Maria gets deeper and deeper into the dark world of prostitution and human trafficking. Soon, she faces serious problems as she is confronted by a brutal Russian criminal.
To date, The 11th Hour only has a 13 percent ratingon Rotten Tomatoes and a 32 score on Metacritic. IndieWire felt that Kim Basinger "does what she can with [The 11th Hour] material, but that's not much".
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