March 17, 2017 (United States)
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In a twisted social experiment, a group of 80 white-collar Americans are locked in their office building located in Bogotá, Colombia and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company’s intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.
- John Gallagher Jr. as Mike Pelk, an employee at the Belko Corporation
- Tony Goldwyn as Barry Norris, the COO of Belko
- Adria Arjona as Leandra Jerez, Norris’ assistant
- John C. McGinley as Wendell Dukes, a socially awkward top executive
- Melonie Diaz as Dany Wilkins, a new hire at Belko
- Josh Brener as Keith McLure, a tech worker
- David Del Rio as Roberto Jerez
- Stephen Blackehart as Brian Vargas, an interpreter
- Rusty Schwimmer as Peggy Displasia, Pelk’s secretary
- Owain Yeoman as Terry Winters
- Michael Rooker as Bud Melks, Belko’s head of maintenance
- Sean Gunn as Marty Espenscheid, a cafeteria worker
- Abraham Benrubi as Chet Valincourt, Espencheid’s best friend
- David Dastmalchian as Alonso “Lonny” Crane, a maintenance worker under Melks
- Gail Bean as Leota Hynek, a worker who befriends Wilkins
- Valentine Miele as Ross Reynolds, a sales representative for Belko
- Joe Fria as Robert Hickland
- Benjamin Byron Davis as Antonio Fowler
- James Earl as Evan, Belko’s only security guard
- Brent Sexton as Vince Agostino, Belko’s head of human resources
- Mikaela Hoover as Raziya Memarian, Agostino’s assistant
- Gamal Dillard as executive held hostage
- Brett Favre as high quality salesman for copper knee bandages
Cinematography Luis David Sansas
Edited by Julia Wong
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