There Is No Way Out Explained In Hindi & Urdu / Survival Story
The Grey 2011 Survival Movie Explained In Hindi & Urdu
Distributed by: King Records, Mars
Directors: Xavier Palud, David Moreau my
Cinematography: Axel Cosnefroy
A mother and daughter drive along a deserted country road at night while having an argument and crash their vehicle. The mother goes out of the car to check the engine but disappears. The daughter calls out for her but her call is repeated from the woods by a soft whispering voice. The daughter attempts to call the police, but is strangled to death. The next day, Clémentine passes the crashed vehicle. That night, she is awakened by music outside. She investigates with her boyfriend Lucas and see that their car has been moved away from the house. As Lucas approaches it, the car is driven off. Lucas then finds the TV on and the tap running. He swings a poker at an intruder and shatters the door glass, his leg getting impaled by a large shard in the process. He and Clémentine lock themselves in the upstairs bathroom. Clémentine climbs into the attic to find an escape route. One of the intruders grabs her but she pushes him off a balcony. The couple flee from the house, locking the second intruder inside. The pair limp into the woods only to encounter a fence. Due to his injury, Lucas cannot climb over it. He hides in the bushes as Clémentine heads for help. She sees the light from two flashlights and realises the intruders are catching up to her. She finds her car but is confronted by the intruders. Lucas hears Clémentine’s screams and finds the car. He kills one of the attackers and discovers it is a teenage boy. He follows her screams and finds a manhole. In the sewers, Clémentine is being tortured by another teenager while a younger boy sits nearby, telling the torturer to stop. Lucas kills the teenager and with the younger boy’s help, the two escape through the sewer system. The boy then turns on them and Clémentine watches in horror as Lucas is dragged away. As she is about to kill the boy, he asks, “Why won’t you play with us?” Clémentine is also dragged off.
The film ends with a group of four hooded children emerging from the woods and running for a bus. On-screen text explains that the bodies of Clémentine and Lucas were found five days later and that the murderers were children aged 10–15. Upon interrogation, the youngest of the group explained that night’s events as “They wouldn’t play with us.”